The Limited Partnerships Act is one of the oldest legal frameworks attesting the formation of partnerships in Ireland. The law provides for the registration of limited partnerships in Ireland. The Irish legislation on limited partnerships stipulates that two or more natural persons or corporate bodies can open a limited partnership. This type of entity does not have a separate legal personality from its owners. The partners may be local or foreign citizens or companies.
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The main difference between the Irish general partnership and a limited one resides in the status of the partners. In an Irish limited partnership at least one the partners must be a general partner, while the other or others are limited partners. While the general partner will have unlimited liability for the Irish company’s debts and responsibilities, the limited partner’s liability will be limited to the extent of their capital contributions. Another difference between the general and the limited partner is that the first one has managerial rights over the company, compared to the second one who does not have such rights. Other requirements to open a limited partnership in Ireland are:
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The following documents must be submitted with the Trade Register upon the incorporation of a limited partnership in Ireland:
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