The assignee of a share in a partnership is not, during the continuance of the partnership, a necessary party to a claim against the other partners for an account, but after the dissolution of the partnership he may become so1. The personal representative of a deceased partner may sue for accounts even though he has assigned all the intestate's beneficial interest2.
Where the share of a deceased partner is purchased by the surviving partners under a provision in the partnership agreement and the purchase money is allowed to remain in the business, contrary to the trusts of his will, all
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