Partnership Agreement - Voidable Contracts
Conversely an infant is bound at common law through a partnership agreement although he is free to repudiate it at all time during infancy or surrounded by a reasonable time following attaining his majority.
However in Bennion v. Harrison there the court held Bennin, an infant that who had been a partner and had held himself out as about to many persons, was liable to the price of goods that so had been sold to the firm since when he became for age, he had not informed then "the world" like i.e. the persons that who knew him for be a partner or had dealt with him as such he was no longer a partner. Moreover he had ceased to act as a partner within his infancy.
Nevertheless there S. 12 of the Partnership Act provides as like a person who is under the age to majority may be admitted for the benefits of partnership but he cannot be made personally liable to any of the firm's obligations. Since S.13 of the Act provides like an infant partner becomes liable, accomplish the age of majority then to all obligations for the firm incurred seeing as he was admitted - then unless he gives public notice during as a reasonable time of his repudiation about for the partnership.