Authority for managing information

If you have never updated information for your limited partnership with us before, chances are you don’t have authority confirmed in our online systems.

To confirm your authority you will need to have an online account and upload a letter of authorisation – we have a template you can use to ensure you provide all the information we need.

Registering a limited partnership

To register a limited partnership you must complete an online application and pay a registration fee.

Before you can apply, however, there are a few things you’ll need to have ready.

Filing your annual return

Information about your limited partnership, including your addresses, and details for your general and limited partners, must be confirmed on the Limited Partnerships Register every year by filing an annual return.

If any details have changed, you need to update the register before you file your annual return.

Updating partner details

Details for each of your general and limited partners must be kept up to date on the Limited Partnerships Registers.

News and notices

Deregistration notice — Section 98

Notice of intention to deregister 8 limited partnerships.

Primary Register: Limited Partnerships (New Zealand & Overseas) Published:

Deregistration notice — Section 98A(1)(b)

Notice of intention to deregister 8 limited partnerships.

Primary Register: Limited Partnerships (New Zealand & Overseas) Published:

Restoration notice — Section 101

Notice of intention to restore 1 limited partnership.

Primary Register: Limited Partnerships (New Zealand & Overseas) Published:

COVID-19 relief measures: expiry update

An update on the dates when the temporary COVID-19-related business relief measures expire

Primary Register: Companies Office Published:

New GM takes charge of registers

Sanjai Raj has been appointed General Manager of the newly formed Market Integrity branch of MBIE, taking over as Registrar of our business registers from Ross van der Schyff.

Primary Register: Companies Office Published:

Government extends Business Debt Hibernation scheme

The Government is extending the Business Debt Hibernation (BDH) scheme by 10 months to 31 October 2021.

Primary Register: Companies Office Published: