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What are Partnerships?
What is the difference between Partnerships and Limited Companies?
However, Limited Companies are owned by the shareholders who can be people that don’t know anything about the company and aren’t involved in the running of the business. Instead the business is lead by directors who will be employed by the business in their position and will have to listen to the wants of their shareholders.
How is a partnership formed?
What are the different types of partnerships?
What is the liability of partners in a partnership?
How are profits and losses shared in a partnership?
Can a partner be expelled from a partnership?
What happens if a partner wants to leave the partnership?
Can a partnership be dissolved?
Are partnerships required to register with the government?
Can a partnership be converted into a different business structure?
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