What LLP details need to be published?
A LLP must display its registered name at its registered office and any location where it keeps records available for inspection. It must also state its registered name, registered number, its place of registration in the UK, and its registered office address in all its business correspondence and documentation (in hard copy, electronic or any other form) including bills of exchange, bills of parcels, order forms and websites.
The names of all LLP members must be disclosed in all business letters that include any member's name (other than in the text or as a signatory). This requirement does not apply to a document issued by a LLP with more than 20 members if:
• the LLP maintains a list of all its members' names at its principal place
of business; and
• the document states (in legible characters) the address of the LLP's principal place of business and that the list of the members' names is open to inspection at that place.
The following disclosures must also be made to any person that the LLP deals with (in the course of business) who makes a written request for the information:
• address of registered office;
• any inspection place; and
• type of LLP records kept at that office or place.
The LLP must send a written response within five working days of receipt of request.