The court may by order, whether interim or final, grant an injunction in all cases in which it appears to the court to be just and convenient to do so1; and the court will grant an injunction, at the instance of a partner, to restrain any other partner from acting contrary to the obligations imposed upon him by the partnership relationship, whether such acts are an actual breach of express stipulations or a breach of that good faith which is the implied duty of every partner
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