A partner has no implied authority to execute deeds on behalf of his firm1. Nor does the implied authority of a partner extend to acts not usually incidental to the scope of the partnership business, for example the giving of guarantees by a member of a trading firm2. A partner has authority to lend the firm's money upon mortgage when such a transaction is part of the ordinary business of the firm
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