Can a partnership be a member in an LLP?
I've never heard of a general partnership (or LLP) being a member of an LLP, but is there anything to prevent this?
I've suggested that the partnership converts to a limited company and that the limited company becomes a corporate member in the LLP, but they are not keen.
I believe any 'person' can be a member in an LLP, but is a partnership a 'person'?
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