The implied authority1 of partners will be affected by any special course of dealing, but apart from this it will not extend to anything done otherwise than in the usual course of the partnership business2 and in the way in which it would usually be done in businesses of that kind3. Thus, a bill given by a partner in respect of transactions not relating to the partnership does not render his partners liable4.
Where the nature of the partnership has been defined or agreed upon, no partner has implied authority to compel the others to embark in a different business
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