This discussion is intended to demonstrate that, under the act, the likelihood of fraud should no longer be so controlling a factor as to require invariably a liquidation sale of partnership assets when a court of equity has within its supervisory powers the ability to protect fully all of the parties involved when a partnership is dissolved by death.
Charles R. Frederickson,
Right of a Surviving Partner to Purchase a Deceased Partner's Interest Under the Uniform Partnership Act,
Mich. L. Rev.
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