The Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 came into force on 6 April 2001. Its main purpose and effect was to introduce a new form of legal entity known as a limited liability partnership (LLP). The pressure for the change was largely to resolve problems arising out of the nature of traditional partnerships for larger professional practices, but the use of LLPs is not restricted to them.

These practices, usually accountancy or law firms, can have partners world-wide who may be concerned about the fact that they have been subject to joint personal liability on matters over which they had little control.

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