Liability by estoppel, Business Law and Ethics

Liability by Estoppel

Anyone who presents himself or permits himself for be represented, further by words, conduct or writing as the partner about another person like  persons  that will be liable as a partner with that person as or persons.

Whether after a partner's death, the partnership business is serial in the old firm-name such is, include the deceased partner's name so then  it will not of itself make the deceased partner's to estate liable to any debts contracted after his death there.

 

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