Upon a general dissolution1, each partner is entitled, as against the other partners in the firm and all persons claiming through them in respect of their interests as partners, to have the partnership property applied in payment of the firm's debts and liabilities, and after such payment to have the surplus assets applied in payment of what may be due to the partners2 after deducting what may be due from them to the firm3. For this purpose, any partner or his representatives may bring a claim to have the business and affairs of the partnership wound up by the
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