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251 A.2d 853 (1969)
Two sets of couples taking on partnership status decide to buy portions of four lots. The two couples also buy 100% of a fifth lot. The two men of the partnership are brothers in law. The brothers in law took title of lot five after purchase a...
653 A.2d 579 (1995)
P and D decided to build a house, and formed an agreement where P would provide the capital and A would actually build the house in the form of sweat of equity. As part of the agreement P would get the invested capital first, then split the profit...
481 P.2d 318 (1971)
P and D shared ownership of a company at 50% each. Both sought claims against one another for $6K. P argues he has paid nearly $11K in expenses without reimbursement from the funds of the partnered trash removal business. There’s a specific ...
158 N.E. (1927)
Hall was a partner of a business firm and friend of D. Hall obtained a business loan from D to provide the business firm with collateral. The loan was not enough. D and others, wanting to help, began discussing forming a partnership. This “m...
726 N.E.2D 1206 (2000)
Sterling ran his company for many years, generally unsupervised by the board, of which he was a member. In his capacity, Sterling purchased land for the company without the approval of the board. Some time later, Menard offered to buy a 30 ac...