Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Publication Title

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

Volume

49

Issue

3

First Page

605

Last Page

634

Abstract

This Article considers several foundational questions concerning the formation of general partnerships, a topic that has received little modern attention and that is governed largely by classical axioms rather than adaptive modern considerations. Its three main topics concern (1) the timing of partnership formation, (2) the aggregation of multiple distinct questions under the single heading of “partnership formation,” and (3) the rarely challenged proposition that general partners ought to be liable for partnership obligations, a doctrine that is surprisingly at odds with the rest of modern business-entity law.

Rights

© 2016 Shawn Bayern

Comments

First published in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform.

Faculty Biography

http://www.law.fsu.edu/our-faculty/profiles/bayern

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