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Joint venture partnership formed by two or more persons or firm combining resources and skills for one complex project
Dissolution change in partnership relationship due to a partner ceasing his association with its ongoing purpose; also, term for divorce or the ending of a marriage in some states
Winding-up period period following dissolution in which the ongoing business of the partnership is concluded, its obligations are satisfied, and each partner's share is distributed
Termination following the winding-up process, the ending of the legal existence of the partnership
Partnership at will partnership in which a partner may withdraw at any time without liability to other partners
Tenancy in partnership form of co-ownership by which the partners hold partnership property
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