Now in its 19th edition, Lindley & Banks on Partnership
gives you comprehensive and practical coverage of the law relating to both general and limited partnerships.ESSENTIAL EXPOSURE
This title takes you through all aspects of the life of a partnership, from its nature and formation to the usual contents of a partnership agreement, common areas of dispute, the liabilities undertaken by partners both internally and externally and, finally, to dissolution, winding up and insolvency.
Throughout the book, you will find detailed chapters on complex topics in this area of law. For instance, the chapter on partnership agreements not only identifies the usual clauses to be found in such an agreement but also identifies particular topics to be covered and the disputes likely to arise in relation to each. Attention is also given to potential implications of the duty of good faith owed between partners.
This edition also offers updated and expanded coverage on the application of the discrimination legislation and the doctrine of repudiation to partnerships. It explores the effect of recent amendments to the Civil Procedure Rules and the impact of Stamp Duty Land Tax.
Through its clear and concise interpretation and explanation of this complex area of law, it delivers the highest level of practical insight and advice.NEW FOR THE 19th EDITION:
- New chapter on Stamp Duty Land Tax and its implications for partnership
- Fully analyses the application and effect of the doctrine of repudiation on partnerships
- Coverage of key new cases since the last edition, such as:
UNRIVALLED ANALYSIS OF PARTNERSHIP LAW
- Mullins v Laughton
- Conlon v Simms
- M Young Legal Associates Ltd v Zahid
- Hammonds v Jones
- Dave v Robinska
- Analyses recent case law and legislation, commenting on their relevance, direct and indirect implications
- Examines the formation of partnerships and the content of partnership agreements
- Details the relationships between partners, and between partners and third parties
- Considers potential pitfalls and causes of disputes offering practical advice on avoiding and resolving them
- Frequently cited in court, Lindley & Banks on Partnership gives expert advice you can rely upon