The partnership deed, Financial Accounting

The Partnership Deed

It is the agreement that regulates the partner’s actions in undertaking the partnership business. This may or may not have been drawn up.  It usually contains, amongst others:

  • Name of the firm, names of the partners, their addresses and their occupations;
  • The status/type of each partner, e.g. active/dormant, limited/unlimited etc
  • The capital to be contributed by each partner
  • Their profit sharing ratio
  • Salaries to partners, if any
  • Interest, if any on capital/drawings.

 

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