prepartnership

partnership

[pahrt-ner-ship]
noun
1.
the state or condition of being a partner; participation; association; joint interest.
2.
Law.
a.
the relation subsisting between partners.
b.
the contract creating this relation.
c.
an association of persons joined as partners in business.

Origin:
1570–80; partner + -ship

prepartnership, noun
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partnership (ˈpɑːtnəʃɪp)
 
n
1.  a.  a contractual relationship between two or more persons carrying on a joint business venture with a view to profit, each incurring liability for losses and the right to share in the profits
 b.  the deed creating such a relationship
 c.  the persons associated in such a relationship
2.  the state or condition of being a partner

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partnership definition


An association of two or more persons to conduct a business. In contrast to a corporation, those who engage in a partnership are liable for debts incurred by the company to the full extent of their private fortunes rather than merely to the extent of their investment.

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