Articles of partnership - authority of partners, Business Law and Ethics

Articles of Partnership - Authority of Partners

The relations of partners to one other are governed through the Articles of Partnership.  Like third parties are not allowed for inspect these Articles then the Court does not presume which third parties be familiar with the contents of the Articles. So then contrast this with the Articles of a limited company of Association, such can be inspected through anyone. Like that reason every partner is deemed to then be the agent of the firm and such of the other partners in the firm. Therefore this is the rule no matter that the Articles of Partnership possibly will state with regard for the relation of partners for one another there.

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