As a general rule, the court will not order an account of partnership dealings unless the claimant also claims dissolution1. An account may, however, be ordered without a claim for dissolution in a proper case, where a sufficient reason is shown for departing from the usual rule, as, for example, where a partner is trying to exclude his partner from some secret benefit or from the partnership, or to force him to a dissolution, or where there is a refusal to account, or where a limited account will meet
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