4. The agreement under subsection 3 may exist either in Uganda, but a partnership is limited to 20 people [section 2, paragraph 1] while a professional partnership may consist of up to 50 partners [section 2, paragraph 2]] In this Act, partnership activities are referred to as a “partnership in relation to the activity of the companies” that it is not reasonable (2), regardless of the subsection (1), for the partnership contract to be sued on its own behalf. In the Automobile Association of Nigeria V chancellor of the company, Adedipe J. thus stated; a partnership is not a legal entity such as a limited company or a person. Therefore, it can only be prosecuted or prosecuted on behalf of each partner, unless there are legal rules allowing partners to sue or be sued on behalf of the company. However, the activities of a partnership will be considered individuals by the partners if they pose as representatives of the partnership. Partners share the benefits and costs of managing the partnership. Their mission is to “lead” profits. In any event, a partnership is broken by the execution of court orders (vi) for which a partnership exists even if there is an agreement to the contrary. The ongoing partnership is new. This means that the personal representatives of a deceased partner cannot be forced to continue in partnership, even if the partnership articles find it.
The resolution by the Clause 35 tax, paragraph 2, provides for it. The circumstances in which such a charge may be laid against the partner under Section 25 of the Act have already been examined. A royalty order under this provision does not dissolve the corporation. Rather, it is a case where other partners can make use of their ability to terminate the partnership. While the manner or exercise of the option, and whether it is to be exercised by the majority or all partners, is unclear, it has been suggested that “given the similarity with the expulsion of a partner, the exercise may require unanimous consent to work effectively.”