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THE INDIAN PARTNERSHIP ACT 1932.


CONTENTS

CHAPTER- I PRELIMINARY

1. Short title, extent and commencement

2. Definitions

3 Application of provisions of Act 9 of 1872

 

CHAPTER - II THE NATURE OF PARTNERSHIP

 

4. Definition of " Partnership", "Partner", "Firm" and "firm name"..

5. Partnership not created by status

6. Mode of determining existence of partnership

7. Partnership at will

8. Particular partnership

 

CHAPTER - III RELATIONS OF PARTNERS TO ONE ANOTHER

9. General duties of partners

10. Duty to indemnify for loss caused by fraud

11. Determination of rights and duties of partners by contract between the partners.

12. The conduct of the business

13. Mutual rights and liabilities

14. The property of the firm

15. Application of the property of the firm

16. Personal profits named by partners

17. Rights and duties of partners

 

CHAPTER - IV RELATION OF PARTNERS TO THIRD PARTIES

18. Partners to be agent of the firms

19. Implied authority of partner as agent of the firm

20. Extension and restriction of partner's implied authority.

21. Partner's authority in an emergency

22. Mode of doing act to bind firm

23. Effect of admissions by a partner

24 Effect of notice to acting partner

25. Liability of a partner for acts of the firm

26. Liability of the firm for wrongful acts of a partner.

27. Liability of firm for misapplication by partners

28. Holding out

29. Rights of transferee of a partner's interest

30. Minors admitted to the benefits of partnership.

 

CHAPTER - V INCOMING AND OUTGOING PARTNERS.

 

31. Introduction of a partner

32. Retirement of a partner

33. Expulsion of a partner

34. Insolvency a partner

35. Liability of estate of deceased partner

36. Rights of outgoing partner to carry on competing business

37. Right of outgoing partner in certain cases to share subsequent profits

38. Revocation of continuing guarantee by change in firm

 

CHAPTER -VI DISSOLUTIONOF A FIRM 

39. Dissolution of firm

40 Dissolution by agreement

41. Compulsory dissolution

42. Dissolution on the happening of certain contingencies

43. Dissolution by notice of partnership at will

44. Dissolution by the court

45. Liability for acts of partners done after dissolution

46. Right of partners to have business wound up after dissolution.

47. Continuing authority of partners for purposes of winding up

48. Mode of settlement of accounts between partners

49. Payment of firm debts and of separate debts.

50. Personal profits earned after dissolution

51. Return of premium on premature dissolution

52. Rights where partnership contract is rescinded for fraud or misrepresentation

53. Rights to restrain from use of firm name or firm property

54. Agreements in restraint of trade

55. Sale of good will after dissolution

 

CHAPTER - VII REGISTRATION OF FIRMS

56. Power to exempt from application of this Chapter

57. Appointment of Registrar

58. Application of registration

59. Registration

59A-1 LATE REGISTRATION ON PAYMENT OF PENALTY.

 

59A DELETION AND ADDITION OF CERTAIN ENTRIES RELATING TO CERTAIN FIRMS, BY REASON OF REORGANISATION OF STATES.

59B DELETION OF ENTRIES RELATING TO CERTAIN FIRMS BY REASON OF FORMATION OF GUJARAT STATE.

60 RECORDING OF ALTERATIONS IN FIRM-NAME, NATURE OF BUSINESS AND PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS.

61. Noting of closing and opening of branches

62. Noting of changes in names and addresses of partners

63. Recording of changes in and dissolution of a firm

64. Rectification of mistakes

65. Amendment of Register by order of court

66. Inspection of Register and filed documents

67. Grant of copies

68. Rules of evidence

69. Effect of non- registration

Section69A PENALTY FOR CONTRAVENTION OF SECTION 60, 61, 62, OR 63.

70. Penalty for furnishing of false particulars

70A MAXIMUM FEES AND POWER TO AMEND SCHEDULE I.

71. Power to make rules

CHAPTER - VIII SUPPLEMENTAL

72. Mode of giving public notice

73. Repeals

74. Saving 


SCHEDULE-I MAXIMUM FEES

SCHEDULE.-II ENACTMENTS REPEALED

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