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Partnership Act, 1932 (Bare Act) + Introduction to Law of Partnership: Including Limited Liabilility Partnership
by EBC and Avtar Singh
Edition: 37th, 2022 and 11th, 2018, Reprinted 2022
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Format: Paperback
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
Dimensions: 24.1CM X 16.1 CM X 1.6 CM
Shipping Weight: 1.000(Kg)
Date Added: 2021-06-08
Search Category: Bareacts,Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian
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Partnership Act, 1932 (Bare Act)

Amended up to Act 34 of 2019 and as of 21-12-2021

Along with State Amendments and Case Law

Introduction to Law of Partnership: Including Limited Liabilility Partnership

Introduction to Law of Partnership by Dr Avtar Singh is a popular and authoritative work on partnership law including Limited Liability Partnership. The current edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. The book starts with a brief history and definitions of the Partnership Act. It further discusses the nature of partnership, mutual relations of partners, relations of partners to third parties, incoming and outgoing partners, dissolution and registration of firms and supplemental details along with two Schedules. A separate chapter is devoted to the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.

Important decisions on issues such as whether a partner can appoint a power of attorney all by himself to deal with partnership property; whether property brought in by a partner into the business becomes a part of the common stock; whether a partner’s personal experience is a valuable asset have been discussed.

The following are the highlights of the eleventh edition:

  1. Covers the amendment made to the Partnership Act, 1932 by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016.

  2. Latest case laws of High Court, Supreme Court and of foreign jurisdictions covered.


 
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