Partnership agreements often contain provisions intended to obviate a sale, especially in the event of a partial dissolution, and such provisions bind the partners1. If, however, such provisions cannot be carried out, a sale may be necessary, although the partnership agreement may provide for the distribution of the assets among the partners in kind, and in this event any partner or his personal representatives may apply to the court to wind up the affairs of the firm2.
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