Decisions which neither require unanimity nor are subject to a veto by one or more partners, and which do not fall within the autonomy of one or more of the partners, will usually be passed if a majority of the partners consent. These decisions can usually be defined residually, for example by stating that ‘all other partnership decisions shall be made by a majority1 of the partners’. Lest this be considered too uncertain, it is always possible to spell out certain particularly important majority decisions as non-exhaustive illustrations for
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