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Whittaker and Machell, both attorneys in the UK, describe the law of limited liability partnerships in the UK, with a focus on the law in England and Wales, although the book may be useful to those in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Enoch Evans Solicitors in Walsall has converted to limited liability partnership (LLP) status, starting as of April 1, 2010.
AN ACCOUNTANT is recommending a new method in corporate structuring - Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) - which he claims offer benefits.
Kleinberger (WG&L, 2005), comprehensively and analytically addresses the critical issues facing tax advisers on the formation, operation and dissolution of limited liability companies (LLCs) and other vehicles, such as limited liability partnerships and limited liability limited partnerships.
First consider what structure will best serve your investment entity--an S corporation, a general partnership, a limited partnership or a limited liability partnership or corporation (LLP/LLC).
Emanuel Jones has been trading as a limited liability partnership since last month.
For purposes of the proposed SOP, this includes general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited liability companies (LLCs) but does not cover S corporations or real estate investment trusts.
The limited liability partnership will be the first new legal vehicle introduced for business ventures since 1844.