The lien of a partner may be enforced, not only against the partnership assets and the other partners, but also against all persons claiming through them in respect of their interests as partners1, for example assignees2, mortgagees3, personal representatives4, trustees in bankruptcy5 or judgment creditors6. It is not enforceable against purchasers, chargees or pledgees of specific assets of the partnership who might reasonably suppose that all the partnership debts had been paid or barred by lapse of time, or who otherwise deal with the surviving or continuing partner in good faith
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