A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) possesses numerous characteristics similar to a conventional partnership. However, it is crucial to note that an LLP is a separate entity from its partners and is governed by company law principles.
One of the major difficulties faced by professionals in this field is discerning the specific aspects of corporate legislation that are applicable or inapplicable to this distinctive structure.
In its third edition, Palmer's Limited Liability Partnership Law offers a clear and insightful examination of the challenges associated with managing an LLP. It also provides relevant legal extracts that practitioners in this field can refer to, thus contributing to a better understanding of this evolving area of law.
Key Features of Palmer's Limited Liability Partnership Law, 3rd South Asian Edition | 2020 :
- Offers a comprehensive overview of limited liability partnerships (LLPs) from a legal perspective.
- Addresses various subjects including establishment, financial reporting and auditing, stakeholders, safeguarding minority interests, acquiring loan funding, bankruptcy, and disqualification.
- Provides comprehensive insights into significant LLP case law, including a detailed analysis of previously unexamined cases.
- Clarifies the applicability of specific provisions within the Companies Act 2006 to LLPs, distinguishing between those that do and do not apply.
- Offers the complete legislative text concerning LLPs, alongside relevant regulations carefully chosen by a team of experienced authors.
- Highlights the distinctions between the legal landscape for LLPs in Scotland and that in England and Wales.
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