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In a proposed LLP, we note the Designated Partner has his signature in Gujarati. The LLP agreement is in English.
Is it fine for a Designated Partner to sign the agreement and consent forms in Gujarati or the ROC requires any vernacular declaration from the Designated Partner confirming that that the content of the LLP Agreement and other forms were read out and explained to him in Gujarati and he confirms to have understood the same. Jurisdictional ROC is ROC Mumbai.
In our office, generally the LLP agreement is not notarized and we as Practising Professionals sign the Agreement as 2 witnesses quoting our membership number.
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