In a company, several stockholders buy shares and get ownership of the incorporation.
You can enroll your firm through the registrar by submission of a memorandum of association, articles of association, prospectus ( if not issuing prospectus then statement in lieu of prospectus is issued).
Partnership is an association carried by two or more partners as co-owned a business for profit.
Partnership deed is required in the registration of partners. There is a maximum limit of partners who can collab to form their business. There is no tough procedure required for the registration of a partnership firm except partnership deed which must be oral or written. In a partnership deed, you must mention the nature of business, name of business, duration of business, name, and address of partners, e.t.c.
The firm is allocated under the partnership act 1932.
The business is allocated under companies ordinance, 1984
Partnership: It firm has no legal entity.
Companies: It has a separate legal entity.
Partnership: It is created among legal agreements.
Companies : Incorporation requires formalities to be adopted.
Partnership: In a partnership firm, partners cannot assign shares without the approval of other partners.
Companies: You can easily transfer shares in it.
Partnership: The liability of partners is unlimited.
Companies: The liability of stockholders is limited, up to the shares.
Partnership: In a partnership firm, there must be at least two partners and the maximum twenty.
Companies: Here, the minimum limit of the partner is two and maximum according to the shares. Moreover, you can also add partners.
Partnership: Every partner can take an efficient part in a company except a minor and sleeping partner.
Companies: It is managed under the board of directors.
Partnership: Under the law of partnership, no audit report is compulsory.
Companies: In company law, the audit report is compulsory.
Partnership: Profit is distributed among partners according to the ratio given in partnership deed.
Companies: Profit is distributed among the directors according to their stockholding in the business.
Partnership: A partner cannot make contact with his firm.
Companies: Shareholders can make a contract with their company.
Partnership: Property belongs to the partners of the firm.
Companies: property belongs to the company.
Partnership: By transferring shares, the firm gets affected.
Companies: Transfering of shares in a company is not a serious problem.
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