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Texas Transaction Guide--Legal Forms
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Winding Up Of Partnerships
Herbert S. Kendrick;John J. Kendrick, Jr.;and Matthew Bender's Editorial Staff.
The primary statutes cited are from the Business Organizations Code.
This chapter provides forms for agreements to wind up and terminate partnerships, with provisions for disposing of partnership property and distribution to the partners, as well as an agreement for the sale of partnership assets and the partnership business as a going concern. Other forms include notices of termination and written consents necessary for continuation of a limited partnership.
Texas Transaction Guide: Legal Forms is the most comprehensive and frequently updated product of its kind. It covers the entire transaction spectrum: business entities, wills and trusts, commercial transactions, real estate transactions, and personal transactions. Each chapter provides a chapter scope note, detailed outline, research guide, legal background, practice guide, and forms with commentaries on usage. This is the only treatise that offers a complete tool kit for Texas legal transactions.
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For discussion of the relevant statutes, and transitions provisions generally, see Chapter 1A, Texas Business Organizations Code. Chapter 31, General Partnerships, and Chapter 32, Limited Partnerships, contain information as to the formation of those types of partnerships and redemption of withdrawing partners' interests, as well as references to and a brief discussion of certain aspects of winding up, such as options to purchase and buy-sell agreements.
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