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Partnership

Co-ownership Relationship with partnership law. Bathurst v Scarborow [2004] EWCA Civ 411 The general rule is that property bought with partnership money belongs to the partnership. The burden is on the partner who claims otherwise to prove it. There is a presumption that partnership property is held in common. However, if the partners agree that the property is to be held by them as joint beneficial owners then that agreement is binding and the right of survivorship will apply. Rix…

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