134. Partners' rights to accounts.

Each partner, or his legal personal representative, is entitled as against the other partners to true accounts and to full information of all things affecting the partnership1. He may insist that the firm's capital assets are properly valued in the accounts notwithstanding past practice2. An auditor's certificate as to an amount of undrawn profits is not binding if founded on a mistaken interpretation of a written agreement3. If on retiring a partner has left his capital in the business, reserving a right of access to the books, and liberty to call in his capital upon breach of provisions which