Either a partner himself, or his personal representative or trustee in bankruptcy, may have an account against the other partner or his personal representative; but an assignee or mortgagee of a partner's share has no right to an account from the other partners during the continuance of the partnership, although on dissolution he becomes entitled to an account from the date of the dissolution1. In special circumstances, strangers to the partnership are entitled to an account2; and the persons beneficially interested in the estate of a deceased partner, whose executor, being also a partner, uses the testator's assets in
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