Features of Indian Partnership Act 1932

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According to the Indian Partnership Act 1932, which of the following is not a requirement for a partnership ?

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Features of Partnership Firms According to Indian Partnership Act 1932

  • Indian Partnership Act 1932 defines partnership as the relationship between individuals who agree to share profits in a business.
  • Features of partnership firms include the number of persons involved in the partnership.
  • Profit sharing is a key aspect of partnership firms.
  • Unlimited liability is another feature of partnership firms.
  • Good faith and honesty are expected in partnership firms.
  • Contractual agreement is necessary for partnership firms.
  • The Indian Partnership Act 1932 governs partnership firms in India.
  • The act defines partnership as a business relationship based on profit sharing.
  • The act specifies that partnership can be carried out by all or any of the partners, acting for all.
  • The number of persons involved in a partnership can vary.
  • Profit sharing is an essential element of partnership firms.
  • Partnership firms have unlimited liability, meaning partners are personally liable for the firm's debts.

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Test your knowledge of the features of partnership firms according to the Indian Partnership Act 1932, including the number of persons involved, profit sharing, unlimited liability, and contractual agreements.

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