In general, the court will order a sale1 of partnership assets2 on dissolution, unless there is agreement to the contrary3. It may even order a sale before dissolution4. A sale may be ordered where an option for a surviving or continuing partner to purchase at a valuation is not exercised5. Where there is an agreement that at the expiry of a fixed-term partnership6 one partner's share in the firm is to be purchased by the other partner at a valuation, but such valuation cannot be carried out in the precise manner stipulated, in consequence of the omission to provide
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