An adult partner sought dissolution of the partnership, contribution of monies according to the contract, determination of liabilities for debts, ascertainment of respective interests, and an accounting from the infant partner. The infant partner asserted his infancy, disavowed the contract, and moved to dismiss the action. Held, motion granted except as to plaintiffs demand for a dissolution and accounting. Sacco v. Schallus, 11 N.J. Super. 197, 78 A. (2d) 143 (1950).
Harold S. Lentz S. Ed.,
BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS-PARTNERSHIP-CLAIMS AGAINST PARTNER WHO ASSERTS INFANCY,
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