The right of a partner to claim a dissolution by the court may be controlled by an arbitration clause contained in the partnership agreement1. Whether the matters in dispute fall within the clause is a question for the court to decide2 unless the parties have expressly agreed to leave it to the arbitrator3. If such a clause applies to all matters in dispute between the parties, the arbitrators have power to award a dissolution
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