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What is dissolution of Partnership deed?
Before disbanding a company, let’s understand the difference between ‘business dissolution’ and ‘business dissolution’. The dissolution of a co-operative means the end of the co-operative business and the dissolution of the co-operative means the dissolution of the co-operative business and firm. The dissolution of a corporate corporation means the termination of all contractual relationships between our partners and that all operations in the company are terminated and all assets and liabilities are paid and disposed of.
Now the question arises when will the relationship be dissolved? There may be various reasons for terminating a partnership such as if a new partner is not heard or if a partner dies or leaves a partnership, etc. and the remaining partners can continue their business. And if there is a change in the partner so that the previous relationship comes to an end then the new partnership takes place on debt and the old asset.
Partnerships may be terminated for the following reasons:
1. Because of the death of a spouse.
2. Due to the acceptance of a new partner.
3. Due to the retirement of partners.
4. Due to the collapse of our partners.
5. Due to the expiration of the partnership, if the partnership is temporary.
Sometimes there is a situation where the owners and partners of the company have to liquidate the corporate company alone or because of external forces, the process by which the relationship comes to a conclusion is called the dissolution of the relationship. From a legal point of view, an organization is not a separate entity from its partners. Partners and business are different.
Let us first consider some key words:
- Partners: People who have entered into individual relationships.
- Collaboration: It is a process for two or more people to do business and share profits and losses. In a co-operative company, the minimum number of members may be two and the maximum number is 20.
- Firm: When all partners enter into a partnership and work together under an organization, it is called a Firm.
Partnership termination is a process in which the relationship between partners is terminated and terminated and all assets, shares, accounts and liabilities are terminated and paid. Section 39 of the Indian Cooperation Act, 1932 prescribes liquidation of the company.
What are the types of Partnership?
There are different types of partners in the company:
- A working partner: A partner who donates his or her money and is fully involved in business activities.
- Sleeping Partner: A partner who donates his or her money but does not participate in business activities. It is also known as a sleeping partner.
- Specified Partner: A partner who does not invest heavily or participates in firm business activities. His contribution is limited but allows other partners to use his name.
- Estoppel Partner: A person is not a partner in a company but by his or her actions and behavior with outsiders, makes them believe that he or she is also a partner of the firm. This happens when a partner has retired but people do not know about it.
- Secret Partner: A person who is a partner of a firm but whose affiliation is hidden from the public.
- Stable Partner: A partner is actually not a partner in the company but allows the firm to show others that it is a company partner.
What are the Modes of Dissolution?
There are some ways to end a partnership and these are:
- By partner action: when a partner agrees to break up a partnership at a certain time. Partners can enter into an agreement for a period of time maybe five years. Where partners can terminate the agreement at the end of five years. Sometimes partners can melt it over time under certain conditions.
- By law: co-operation is the result of an agreement governed by law. Therefore, if any illegal activity is done that way it will be eliminated. You can create a legitimate partnership for illegal activity.
- By court order: the partnership can be terminated by the court and the court will only allow it under the following conditions:
- If a partner is unable to work;
- If the partner is mentally unstable;
- If a partner is misbehaving which creates a negative impact on the partner;
- If there is a breach of contract by a partner.
- Statement of termination: dismissal may be made by filing a statement with the secretary of state. The form must contain information about the partner’s name, date and reason for dismissal.
Format of Dissolution of Partnership Deed
What are the Rights after Dissolution?
Section 46 of the Indian Cooperation Act, 1932 deals with the rights of partners after dissolution. After the termination of the partnership, partners have certain rights regarding the match:
- Equal loan right: in the dissolution of a company, every partner has the right to certain rights such as the right to use the factory premises to pay off debts and debts and the right to accumulate funds for all partners.
- Right to a rebate: during a partnership, partners pay a lump sum when the partnership is dissolved. Partners received the money according to the agreement.
- Rights where a co-operative contract is terminated due to fraud or for other reasons: if the partner agrees to join the firm by fraudulently or distorting the facts about each of the partners, or if he or she so finds it entitled to terminate the co-operative agreement.