The right to claim a share of profits may be lost to a partner by laches1, but only if his interest in the business is merely executory and not a present legal interest which is executed2. In the former case, laches is sufficient to preclude him from obtaining equitable relief3; in the latter case, mere laches will not disentitle him from his legal rights unless it amounts to a waiver
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