A sale under an order of the court will be carried out in the manner most beneficial to the common interest1. Such an order may be made on motion before trial, where the partnership is clearly dissolved2, or even where it is not dissolved but the position of the business is daily growing worse3.
The matter is often referred to a master in order that he may consider the best course to pursue, and the best way of selling4. When one partner has a greatly preponderant interest in the concern, liberty may be given to him to submit proposals for
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