81. Claims by firms against own partners or firms with a common partner.

81.     Claims by firms against own partners or firms with a common partner.

A partnership may bring a claim against its own member, but a firm claiming money due from one of its partners in connection with the firm can only obtain a partnership account1.

Where two firms share one or more partners, either firm may sue the other in the firm name2 if both firms carry on business within the jurisdiction3.