Definition of Partnership certificate
1. Noun. A certificate showing the interests of all parties in a business partnership.
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Literary usage of Partnership certificate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Six-hour Day & Other Industrial Questions by William Hesketh Lever Leverhulme, Stanley Unwin (1919)
"Originally the Co-partnership certificate was only given after five years' ... GENTLEMEN,—I, the undersigned, request that a partnership certificate be ..."
2. The Revised Statutes of the State of Utah in Force Jan. 1, 1898 by Utah, Richard Whitehead Young, Grant Horace Smith, William Amalphus Lee (1897)
"partnership certificate. Persons desiring to engage in thi formation of such partnership, shall make and severally sign a certificate, which shall contain ..."
3. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1906)
"... stock in a corporation and transferable like it, a national bank can take the partnership certificate to the same extent that it could take the stock. ..."
4. The Montreal Law Reports: Superior Court by Québec (Province). Superior Court, James Kirby (1889)
"Coram DAVIDSON, J. DAVIDSON ET AL. v. FRECHETTE ET AL. Limited Partnership — Certificate — False statement — Insufficiency of certificate—Arts. ..."
5. Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California by California Supreme Court, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California, Supreme Court (1898)
"... will not be disturbed for insufficiency of the evidence as to the fact or value of extra work. PARTNERSHIP—CERTIFICATE—ACTION Ry ASSIGNEES—ASSIGNMENT TO ..."
6. The Modern Law of Partnership: Including a Full Consideration of Joint by Scott Rowley (1916)
"Every limited partnership certificate must designate the name under which the partnership when formed will conduct its business;88 but only the names of the ..."