Where a person deals with a firm after a change in its constitution, he is entitled to treat all apparent members1 of the old firm as still being members of the firm until he has notice of the change2. As regards those who previously had dealings with the firm, notice of the dissolution published in the appropriate Gazette3 is not in itself sufficient4, but evidence of facts showing that it is probable that an old customer had seen the Gazette is admissible5.
Notice to old customers is usually given by circular letter
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