In the case of a partnership for a fixed term, it is not necessary that a partner who claims an injunction should also claim a dissolution1; but, as a general rule, an interim injunction is not granted unless the claimant can show facts of such gravity as would, if proved at the trial, entitle him to a dissolution2. Mere squabbles and improprieties arising from incompatibility of temper are insufficient; there must be some definite act amounting to breach of faith, breach of the partnership agreement, illegality or insolvency, or such gross misconduct as to imperil the business or prevent
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