366. Partners in the property and in the profits.

If co-owners are partners both in the mine1 and in the profits their relations generally are regulated by the law of partnership2.

Each partner is entitled to take part in the working so long as he acts with due regard to the rights of the other partners3, and each may bind the others by incurring debts for wages, goods and supplies necessary for carrying on the mine4, but not by drawing, making, accepting or indorsing bills of exchange or promissory notes5 (which are not governed by the same rules as ordinary contracts not under seal). A partner is entitled to