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n Transactions of the Centre for Business Law - The formative cause. Chapter 12

Volume 2006, Issue 40
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Extracted from text ... Chapter 12 The formative cause Summary 1. The end has its origin in the intention and it is the object contemplated. Therefore the formal cause is that which is operative with the end in mind. The shape of a partnership consists sometimes in profit and sometimes in gains. 2. Profit includes everything acquired in whatsoever way and everything else which can be contrived. 3. Profit even includes that which was acquired by one of the partners which cannot be acquired by the other partners. If a father wishes to do so he may cause his illegitimate child to enter ..

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