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Limited Partnerships 101

Limited partnerships (or LPs) are a hybrid of limited liability companies and common partnerships, combining some of the best features of each to create a flexible vehicle suitable for many kinds of investments and business activities. 

LPs have been well recognised internationally for a long time but only became part of New Zealand’s corporate landscape relatively recently when the Limited Partnerships Act 2008 (the Act) was passed into law.  LPs have become more popular over time as people have become more and more familiar with how they work and the benefits they afford to...

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