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Chapter 15, Problem 3Q
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Can a partnership assume liabilities as part of one of the partner’s contributions?

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Concept introduction:

A partnership can be general partnership or a limited liability partnership. A general partnership gives unlimited liability to its partners which can be risky even for the personal assets of the partners. However, under a limited liability partnership, the liabilities of the partners are limited to an extent of the contribution made by them or the amount agreed in the partnership agreement.

To indicate:

Whether a partnership can assume liabilities as part of one of the partner’s contribution.

Explanation of Solution

A partnership is a form of business origination under which two or more persons come together with an agreement to do the business. The concept of mutual agency is applied to the partnership, under which all partners are bound to each other’s work...

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