Unincorporated Business Associations Including Agency, Partnership, and Limited Liability Companies: Cases and Materials
Designed for students not receiving an adequate foundation in fundamental concepts of agency via the "pervasive method" of teaching these concepts in contracts, torts, corporations, and other courses. Noteworthy features include special emphasis on the law of partnership and limited partnership, in recognition of the increasing significance of the partnership since passage of the Tax Reform Act of 1986; separate sections include dealing with partnership civil procedure and bankruptcy. Extensive discussion of significant changes made by the Revised Uniform Partnership Act, as amended in August 1993.
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