Partnership in UK Law

  • White v White
    • House of Lords
    • 26 n 2000
    ....... . 6 Throughout their marriage Mr and Mrs White carried on a dairy farming business in partnership. Farming was in their blood. They both came from farming families. The business was successful. At the outset each of them contributed, in cash or in ......
  • Ebrahimi v Westbourne Galleries Ltd; Re Westbourne Galleries Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 03 l 1972
    ...... . 6 One other signpost is significant. The same words "just and equitable" appear in the Partnership Act, 1892, section 25 as a ground for dissolution of a partnership and no doubt the considerations which they reflect formed part of the common law ......
  • E D & F Man Liquid Products Ltd v Patel and Another
    • Court of Appeal
    • 04 s 2003,04 s 2003
  • O'Neill v Phillips
    • House of Lords
    • 20 l 1999
    ......Phillips and ended by saying that he had "no alternative but to seek legal advice and instigate the dissolution of our partnership." On 22 January 1992, without further correspondence, Mr. O'Neill issued a petition under section 459. He also issued a writ claiming damages for ......
  • Yorke (M.v) Motors v Edwards
    • House of Lords
    • 25 n 1982
  • Woodhouse A.C. Israel Cocoa Ltd S.A. v Nigerian Produce Marketing Company Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 19 s 1972
  • Finch v Commissioners of Inland Revenue
    • Court of Appeal
    • 14 n 1984
    ......, was used wholly or mainly for the purposes of a business carried on by a company of which the transferor then had control or by a partnership of which he then was a partner…" . 10 Finally, paragraph 6 of the Schedule provides that: For the purposes of the ......
  • Nova (Jersey) Knit Ltd v Kammgarn Spinnerei G.m.b.H.
    • House of Lords
    • 16 a 1977
    ......This venture was organised through a German limited partnership (Kommanditgesellschaft) which was formed on 20 January 1970, by a partnership agreement in writing. The parties to this agreement were, as limited ......
  • Bradford and Bingley Building Society v Seddon Hancock and Others, Third Parties
    • Court of Appeal
    • 11 n 1999
    ......The three Third Parties were chartered accountants and partners practising as a partnership in the name of "Hancocks". The firm was, in addition, an agent of the Bradford. . . 10 According to Mr Seddon's pleaded claim in the Preston ......
  • Collier v Williams
    • Court of Appeal
    • 25 r 2006
    ...... (5) A document is served personally on a partnership where partners are being sued in the name of their firm by leaving it with– (a) a partner; or (b) a person who, at the time of ......
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