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White, New York Business Entities
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Nature of a Partnership
Steven R. Gersz
The chapter analyzes the statutory definition of partnership. It describes the rules for determining the existence of a partnership, including statutory and non-statutory factors that are considered when determining the existence of a partnership.
The chapter explains that a general partnership is formed by association, and an express or implied agreement, and requires the filing of a business certificate. It notes that a partnership is generally governed by the language of its partnership agreement.
Chapter 2 also details the circumstances under which property, including real property, will be considered partnership property.
New York Business Entities provides comprehensive guidance on starting, maintaining, and terminating businesses in New York. The treatise is organized by statute for efficient navigation, and covers New York's business corporation, limited liability company, not-for-profit corporation, and partnership laws. Additionally, it provides detailed discussions of pre-incorporation planning, federal and state tax considerations and state securities regulation. The treatise provides the full text of each statute, authoritative analysis, practical forms, legislative history, and cross-references to related resources.
New York Partnership Law,partnerships in New York,general partnerships in New York,partnership agreements in New York
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Part V, Chapter 1 provides basic definitions of terms relating to partnership law. Part II, Chapter 4 discusses certificates of incorporation of business corporations. See Part II, Chapter 8 for discussion on amending certificates of incorporation under business corporation law.
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