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Lindley & Banks on partnership by Baron…

Lindley & Banks on partnership

by Baron Nathaniel Lindley Lindley

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Acknowledged as "the definitive work on the law of partnership", the 18th edition of Lindley & Banks continues to provide a classic statement of the law, on both general and limited partnership. This 18th edition includes in-depth, high-level coverage of developments since the last edition, including a steady stream of significant decided cases. A number of previously unreported cases have also been included, such as Taylor Stuart & Co v. Croft (1997), on the nature of solicitation and distinction between a penalty and liquidated damages. * A new edition of the most authoritative text on partnership law * Saves the busy practitioner time - all the key sources have been refined into a one-stop source on the subject * Examines key Commonwealth and Scots decisions that address issues as yet undeveloped by English authorities - providing innovative perspectives on age-old problems * Interprets all recent changes in the law - including significant developments in areas such as liability, partnership agreements, and the doctrine of repudiation as well as the changes introduced by the Civil Procedure Rules

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