Section 39 in The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
Title: Compounding of offences
The Central Government may compound any offence under this Act which is punishable with fine only, by collecting from a person reasonably suspected of having committed the offence, a sum which may extend to the amount of the maximum fine prescribed for the offence.
Title: Destruction of old records.
The Registrar may destroy any document filed or registered with him in physical form or in electronic form in accordance with such rules as may be prescribed.
Title: Enforcement of duty to make returns, etc
(1) If any limited liability partnership is in default in complying with—
(a) any provisions of this Act or of any other law which requires the filing in any manner with the Registrar of any return, account or other document or the giving of notice to him of any matter; or
(b) any request of the Registrar to amend or complete and resubmit any document or to submit a fresh document,
and fails to make good the default within fourteen days after the service on the limited liability partnership of a notice requiring it to be done, the Tribunal may, on application by the Registrar, make an order directing that limited liability partnership or its designated partners or its partners to make good the default within such time as specified in the order.
(2) Any such order may provide that all the costs of and incidental to the application shall be borne by that limited liability partnership.
(3) Nothing in this section shall limit the operation of any other provision of this Act or any other law imposing penalties in respect of any default referred to in this section on that limited liability partnership.
Title: Partner's transferable interest
(1) The rights of a partner to a share of the profits and losses of the limited liability partnership and to receive distributions in accordance with the limited liability partnership agreement are transferable either wholly or in part.
(2) The transfer of any right by any partner pursuant to sub-section (1) does not by itself cause the disassociation of the partner or a dissolution and winding up of the limited liability partnership.
(3) The transfer of right pursuant to this section does not, by itself, entitle the transferee or assignee to participate in the management or conduct of the activities of the limited liability partnership, or access information concerning the transactions of the limited liability partnership.
Title: Investigation of the affairs of limited liability partnership.
(1) The Central Government shall appoint one or more competent persons as inspectors to investigate the affairs of a limited liability partnership and to report thereon in such manner as it may direct if—
(a) the Tribunal, either suo motu, or on an application received from not less than one-fifth of the total number of partners of limited liability partnership, by order, declares that the affairs of the limited liability partnership ought to be investigated; or
(b) any Court, by order, declares that the affairs of a limited liability partnership ought to be investigated.
(2) The Central Government may appoint one or more competent persons as inspectors to investigate the affairs of a limited liability partnership and to report on them in such manner as it may direct.
(3) The appointment of inspectors pursuant to sub-section (2) may be made,--
(a) if not less than one-fifth of the total number of partners of the limited liability partnership make an application along with supporting evidence and security amount as may be prescribed; or
(b) if the limited liability partnership makes an application that the affairs of the limited liability partnership ought to be investigated; or
(c) if, in the opinion of the Central Government, there are circumstances suggesting—
(i) that the business of the limited liability partnership is being or has been conducted with an intent to defraud its creditors, partners or any other person, or otherwise for a fraudulent or unlawful purpose, or in a manner oppressive or unfairly prejudicial to some or any of its partners, or that the limited liability partnership was formed for any fraudulent or unlawful purpose; or
(ii) that the affairs of the limited liability partnership are not being conducted in accordance with the provisions of this Act; or
(iii) that, on receipt of a report of the Registrar or any other investigating or regulatory agency, there are sufficient reasons that the affairs of the limited liability partnership ought to be investigated.