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AVTAR SINGH’S LAW OF PARTNERSHIP

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Introduction to Law of Partnership is a popular and authoritative work giving a clear exposition of partnership law.
The book starts with a chapter discussing the brief history and definitions of the Partnership Act. It further discusses the nature of partnership, mutual relations of partners, relations of partners to third parties, incoming and outgoing partners, dissolution and registration of firms and supplemental details along with two Schedules.
Dr. Avtar Singh has thoroughly updated the current edition to include the recent statutory as well as judicial developments. An important statutory development in the form of Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 has been included in the book. Recent landmark decisions of the Supreme Court, transforming the position of a partner vis-a-vis the partnership firm, have been taken into account. Several High Court decisions have also been analysed. Aspects of tax and arbitration law applicable to partnerships have also been included.
The book is extremely useful for law and business students, junior lawyers, trade and business houses and all those interested in partnership.
Reviews
“In view of the exhaustive analysis of the subject, the book will no doubt, be a highly acclaimed reference book among lawyers and law students. It is a must addition to any law library.” – The Academy Law Review
“This popular book has gained an enviable reputation of being a standard work on the subject of Law of Partnership. Dr. Avtar Singh presents a correct, concise and complete reference book on the subject. The Bench and the Bar, teachers and those taught will find this new edition very informative and very useful.”- KeralaLaw Times

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BINDING

PAPERBACK

AUTHOR

AVTAR SINGH

EDITION

11th

ISBN

97889351453253

PUBLICATION

EBC

YEAR OF PUBLICATION

2022

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