150. Circumstances insufficient to bar relief.

It is no objection to a claim for an account that the defendant partner has stolen partnership assets and has not been first prosecuted1, or that taking the accounts involves the settlement of claims in the nature of unliquidated damages2.

The court will direct an account in England of the transactions of a partnership business carried on abroad as to which settled accounts have been established in the foreign court to the jurisdiction of which it is subject, if it is shown that the English partner has not been a party to the foreign proceedings, so that they are, as