MCA Extends the Deadline for Filing Form BEN-2 & Form 4D for LLPs Without Additional Fees Until May 15, 2024

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Form BEN-2 & Form 4D for LLPs

General Circular No. 01/2024, Dated 07.02.2024

MCA vide Notifications dated 09.11.2023 and 27.10.2023 had prescribed E-form LLP BEN-2 to file a return to the Registrar in respect of declaration u/s 90 of Companies Act, 2013 and E-form LLP Form No. 4D to file a return to the Registrar in respect of declaration of beneficial interest in contribution received by the LLP.

In view of the transition of MCA-21 from V2 to V3 and to promote compliance on the part of reporting LLPs, the MCA has decided to allow LLPs to file Form LLP BEN-2 and LLP Form No. 4D, without payment of any additional fees, upto 15.05.2024. The two forms shall be made available in version 3 for filing purposes w.e.f 15.04.2024.

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