The Corporate solicitors at Eric Robinson make the complexities of business law and practice make sense.
If you are currently operating your business as a partnership or thinking about starting one, you really ought to have a partnership agreement.
This will set out the respective rights and responsibilities of the partners and will almost certainly help to settle business conflicts should they arise. Without a partnership agreement, disputes may have to be resolved under the Partnership Act 1890. This piece of legislation has been around for quite some time and so may not offer the most practical or relevant solution for your business.
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