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Abstract

In Roman-Dutch law various kinds of partnership were distinguished, but one of the primary divisions made with reference to Roman law was between universal and particular partnerships. Particular partnerships in Roman-Dutch law were of many kinds, for instance, partnerships in particular things or even in a single piece of property or undertaking only, partnerships for the exercise of some profession or art, civil and commercial or trading partnerships. The latter included partnerships trading in the name of all the partners in common, namely under a collective name or firm, partnerships , as well as silent, anonymous and undisclosed partnerships.

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2010-01-01
2016-12-02
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