During a claim for dissolution1, the court will interfere by injunction, if necessary or desirable, to preserve the assets2, or to restrain any act by a partner which would interfere with the rights of the other partners, or with the systematic and equitable winding up of the business, by causing loss or depreciation of the assets or otherwise, as, for example, where a partner is suffering from a mental disorder3.
A partner will be restrained from carrying on the business except for the purpose of winding it up4; from carrying on a branch of the partnership business with partnership assets
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