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When you say, may be binding, what would sway this either way to either be not binding or definitely binding.
Perhaps would help if I put it in context....
3 doctors were in partnership, one retired the other two continued without a new agreement, a new doctor joined and they again did not draft a new agreement. The new doctor was not good for business and quite disruptive etc. One of the partners believed that there were operating at will as no new agreement, since last two changes. So he dissolved the partnership, by reference to the partnership act 1890 (or whatever).
Partners say as old agreement did not allow for dissolution, he should not and cannot dissolve?
In my own lay research I actually visited the same link.
Would you like me to send you a copy of the agreement???
this is a clause contained within the document.....
....and the partnership shall continue during the joint lives of the Partners of any two or more of them unless previously determined in the case of any individual partners under the provisions continued below.
The outgoing from the Partnership bankruptcy or death of any individual partner shall not dissolve the partnership as between the other partners.