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Those who engage in hobbies or other sporting activities with a view to gain may be excluded from the definition
Welch and Others v Jess(fishing trip)
A single venture may constitute a partnership; A large hobby element in the venture does not prevent the venture to be a partnership
Harrison v Franich(horse)
Wrongful act or omission not confined to common law torts
Dubai Aluminium Co Ltd v Salaam(assisting fraud)
A person must be known to be a partner before retirement
Elders Pastoral v Rutherford(non-notified retirement)
Property may be used in the partnership business, but it does not necessary become partnership property
Harvey v Harvey(father leaves farm to son); O'Brien v Komesaroff(quote)
Partnership property includes everything that all partners expressly or impliedly agree should, as between themselves be treated as partnership property
Don King Productions Ltd v Warren
If property has become an integral part of the partnership business it is likely it will be regarded as partnership property
Waterer v Waterer(inherited farm)
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