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Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) - for Non-UK Residents

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Limited Liability Partnerships


The LLP structure for non-UK residents does not require any partners to be resident in the UK or a UK national. It requires two or more partners, including corporate persons (limited companies etc.), but it does need at least one partner to be an individual. A UK address is provided at our central London office, and official post will be processed free of charge.


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Our registered office service is an address in the heart of Central London’s (WC1) business and professional district. Any user of the service can also have free address services for all their officers (partners' and company secretary) for the first year. Official post will be scanned and uploaded to our secure online document storage system, which you can access 24/7. Upgrades to this service are available to suit your requirements. Please note that this price also includes additional basic ID checks required for non UK residents.


Certificate of Good Standing


Companies House issues a certificate of good standing if one is required. The certificate confirms that your company or limited liability partnership has met all its statutory requirements at the date of issue. It takes about five working days for Companies House to issue a certificate.


Documents Delivered Worldwide


We have an arrangement with DHL to deliver certificates to all our overseas customers. Using a reliable courier ensures that our documents are signed for when delivered. DHL also provide online tracking to monitor progress.


Confirmation Statement Service


You must file a confirmation statement at least once every 12 months. The due date is called the ‘confirmation date’, which falls on the anniversary of company formation or the ‘made up’ date of your last annual return.We will do that for you on time.

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Wise UK Business Account

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The no-hassle international business account.

Low-cost business banking. No hidden charges or monthly fees. Pay employees and vendors, get paid and manage your cash flow in multiple currencies. This is the simplest and quickest business banking solution for eligible non-UK residents.

International payments are made using actual exchange rates without hidden markups. Cheaper than Paypal and old-school banks. Transfer money or use a Wise business debit card. After we have formed your company, we will send you a link with which you can complete your business account application.

Please be aware that a one time fee of £45 is payable to Wise when you start using their business account.

What’s Included:

  • New Ready To Trade Limited Liability Partnership Company
  • Companies House Filing Fee £50 Paid By Us
  • Digital (PDF) Company Documents
  • PSC Register - A New Legal Requirement
  • Free Online Company Manager to Maintain your Companies
  • Free Online & Telephone Support For The Life Of your Company
  • Web Authentication Code To Update Companies House Records

Optional Free Services:

  • 1 hour consultation with Accountants. Either face-to-face or by skype.
  • Optional referral to bookkeeping and accounting bureau
  • Introduction to online accounting software with introductory benefits.

Additional items available at checkout

You can add these items during the order process

UK Post Box Service


Apostilled Documents


ICO Registration Service


Commercial Mail Upgrade


Dormant Accounts


Certificate of Good Standing


Application Review


Pre-submission review


UK Limited Liability Partnerships

UK Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are used by international businesses as tax efficient vehicles for non-UK international trading purposes.

Information for Non-UK LLP Company Formation

Key Features of UK LLPs:

  • Corporate status- owners (partners) assets are protected because of the partnerships liability is limited.
  • Tax Neutral – No UK tax is payable by overseas partners on the partnership’s overseas earnings.
  • The UK’s “light touch” approach to regulation means that statutory filing requirements are not onerous for small companies.
  • Partners can be individual or corporate bodies.
  • There are no restrictions on the residence or nationality of the members of an LLP


An LLP is formed by registration at Companies House in the UK. It must have its official address (Registered Office) in the UK. An LLP must have two or more partners and must be a lawful, commercial venture operating for profit. Partners can be individuals or corporate persons, and there is no restriction relating to their nationalities, residency or place of registration.

Companies House will not allow an LLP to use the same name as another company or LLP on its register and the name must end with the words ‘limited liability partnership’ or the abbreviation ‘LLP’.

Partnership Agreement:

Partnerships do not need to file a written constitution with Companies House when they are registered; there is also no legal requirement to have a partnership agreement. However, to ensure a clear understanding between partners, it is recommended that a written agreement be entered into between the parties.

Usually, a partnership agreement would be expected to include details of the nature of the business, members’ shares and contributions, profit and loss sharing arrangements and management formalities as well as the duties of each respective member.

Even in the absence of a written partnership agreement, or if there are certain items not covered by the partnership agreement, default provisions are contained in the Limited Liability Partnership Regulations.

These provisions address, amongst others, the following matters:

  • That all members are entitled to have equal share of capital and profit.
  • That all members participate in management.
  • That the LLP would indemnify members in respect of expenses incurred on behalf of the LLP.


An LLP must have at least two designated members. Designated members are responsible for the management of the LLP and have statutory duties which ordinary members do not, such as:

  • Signing the annual accounts.
  • Ensuring accounts are filed at Companies House.
  • Notifying Companies House of changes in the membership, location or name of the LLP.
  • Appointing an auditor, if necessary.

A partner ceases to be a member when the LLP is dissolved. Membership also ceases in the event of death or by agreement. The partnership agreement can include provisions for the removal of a partner for breach of the partnership agreement.

Where the number of partners falls below 2 for a period exceeding 6 months, the remaining partner is liable for any the payment of any debts arising after the 6 month period has expired.

Accounts and audit:

An LLP must maintain records of its financial transactions in sufficient detail to enable the financial position of the LLP to be determined at any time.

Accounts must be delivered to the Registrar of Companies no later than 9 months after the relevant period end. There are penalties for late delivery.

Only LLPs that do not qualify as small are required to have their accounts audited. To be considered as small an LLP must meet 2 of the following three conditions for two out of the last three years:

  • Annual turnover £6.5m or less.
  • Balance sheet total £3.26m or less.
  • Average number of employees not more than 50.


LLPs are ‘tax transparent’ which means that each member, not the partnership, will be assessed to tax on their share of the LLP’s income or gains. Any non-UK source profits or gains made by an LLP will not be subject to UK tax unless the members are UK resident individuals or companies.

There are no restrictions on the residence or nationality of the members of an LLP. If the members of the LLP are non-resident and the income of the LLP is derived from a non-UK source, the LLP will not be subject to UK taxation. It is, therefore, possible to have an LLP set up in such a way as to not be liable to any UK taxation.

There is an obligation for an LLP to file an annual partnership tax return whether the partners are taxed or not.

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