The mode of dealing adopted by partners is evidence of the formation and original terms of a partnership if those terms are not set out in any document. Partners are bound by the duties and obligations which are implied in every partnership contract if and so far as the express contract does not deal with them1 and subject to the provisions of any statute2.
The mutual rights and duties of partners, whether ascertained by agreement or defined by the Partnership Act 1890, may be varied by the consent of all the partners, and such consent may be either express or
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