Subject to the requirement to bring claims against the name under which the partnership carried on business at the time the cause of action accrued1, a claimant may in certain circumstances sue all the partners individually2; but then they must all be made defendants. If he sues some only of the partners, the defendants can insist on the other partners being made parties if they are within the jurisdiction and can be found
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