The existence of a partnership may be established by oral evidence even when a written partnership agreement is in existence1. Admissions made by a person in a former claim2, or in an income tax return3, that he is a partner, or a verdict on an issue directed to try whether a person is a partner4, or even the advertisement of a dissolution5 may be used as evidence to establish a partnership. A partnership agreement may probably be proved by oral evidence, even if the partnership is to deal with land6, but such an agreement, for example an alleged agreement
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