5. Each part of the first and second parts has a sum of… In the same … Stocks. The partners will contribute such other amounts to the company`s capital of an equivalent amount …. Actions that may be necessary from time to time. If a part of the first or second party or a partner of one of these partnerships must contribute individually more than its share of the capital, it is treated as a loan by that party. Capital amounts or loans provided by a partner or partner will be subject to interest of 1 8% per annum or at a maximum rate allowed by the Income Tax Act for the calculation of taxable income. 7. The outgoing partner hereafter releases the permanent partner and permanent partner from any act, account, receivables and receivables relating to that partnership and all agreements and agreements contained in that partnership. (2) The partnership begins with ……
Day of …. 19 … and the duration of the partnership is three years from the date of this partnership. 17. Let the parts of ……………… Are not work partners, but only partners in funding, rest and sleep. The parts of …………………… should not be responsible for the business and should not be interested in the day-to-day work and activity of the partnership company.
16. All loans, notes, banknotes, banknotes, banknotes or other securities issued in the name of the partnership (except cheques) are signed, approved, accepted or exported jointly by all partners, and all loans, invoices, notes, notes, exchanges, etc., to which each partner may be a party contrary to this provision are considered to be on that partner`s personal account. , and it pays and allocates its own funds and compensates other partners and the company against payment and deeds. , procedures, fees, fees, fees, claims and claims related to them. 1. Shri D son of …………… Moll (date of birth), residence of ……………… become the advantages of the partnership between A, 8 and 0 in the sense of the partnership deed-Ades of the ……… from the date of these gifts. 15. Each party assures the other that, with the exception of the company`s books and other records, none of them have been received.
solvency or liability, which are or are due to the company, or are the result of a debt, commitment or obligation that, now or after the fact, may charge or affect the company or its assets, directly or after the fact.