There is nothing to prevent a person who has not attained the age of 181 from becoming a partner; and, until his contract of partnership is disaffirmed, he is a member of the firm2. He will not, however, during his minority incur liability to his co-partners or to third parties for the debts of the firm or for the acts of his co-partners3; but, if on behalf of the partnership he enters into contracts with third persons, those contracts bind his adult partners4. When the minor reaches the age of 18, or in some cases a younger age, he
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