|Book||Lindley & Banks on Partnership 19th Edition + 1st Supplement||07/12/2010||9781847037480||$910.00|
A classic, in-depth statement of the law of partnership, this popular title sets out the general principles of the topic and analyses them via detailed discussion of case law.
Lindley and Banks:
· Explains the origins and nature of partnership and the different types of partnership
· Looks at the formation of partnerships by formal agreement and explains why a written agreement is required, what it can contain and why
· Examines the rights and obligations of partners between themselves with particular reference to financial rights and duties, the duty of good faith, partnership property and shares
· Analyses the areas where litigation between partners is common and the types of remedies available
· Deals with the dissolution and winding up of partnerships
· Covers relevant aspects of tax and insolvency law
· Explains important recent case law such as Dubai Aluminium Co Ltd v Salaam; JJ Coughlan v Ruparelia; Mullins v Laughton; Conlon v Simms, M Young Legal Associates v Zahid
· Reproduces relevant legislation, provisions of the CPR and other materials so they can be consulted easily in one convenient reference source
· Regular supplements present expert commentary on the latest developments.
Introduction; Definition of Partnership; General Nature of a Partnership; Capacity of Partners; Rules for Ascertaining the Existence of a Partnership; Consideration for a Contract of Partnership; Evidence by which a Partnership may be provide; Illegal Partnerships; Duration of Partnership; Partnership Agreements; Corporate and Group; The Liability of a Partner for the Acts of his Co-Partner; The Nature and Duration of a Partner’s Liability to Third Parties; Actions by and against Partners; Management and Decision Making; The Duty of Good Faith; Partnership Capital; Partnership Property; Partnership Shares; The Rights and Duties of a Partner; Ascertainment and Division of Profits; Partnership Accounts; Action between Partners; Dissolution and its Causes; Winding up of Partnership Affairs; Death of a Partner; Insolvency; Limited Partnerships; Nature, Formation, Duration and Registration of Limited Partnerships; The Rights and Obligations of Partners as regards Third Parties.
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