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Indian Partnership Act 1932
Sections (18-30) : Relation of partners to third parties.
A group 3 initiative.
18. Partners to be agent of the firm:
Subject to the provisions of this Act, a partner is the agent of the firm for
the purposes of the business of the firm.
A Partner Principal as well as an Agent- This is one of the most important tests
of partnership as agency is the essence of the relationship of partnership.
Therefore, a partner is both a principal and an agent. While the relation
between partners interse is that of principals, they are agents of the firm
and of one another in relation to third parties for the purposes of the
business of the firm. But, in order to bind his co-partners, it is necessary for
the partner acting on behalf of the firm to contract in the firms name or in
any other manner expressing or implying an intention to bind his co-
partners.
19. Implied authority of partner as agent of the firm:
(1) Subject to the provisions of section 22, the act of partner which is done to
carry on, in the usual way, business of the kind carried on by the firm, binds the
firm.
The authority of a partner to bind the firm conferred by this section is called his
"implied authority".
(2) In the absence of any usage or custom of trade to the contrary, the implied
authority of a partner does not empower him to -
(a) submit a dispute relating to the business of the firm to arbitration,
(b) open a banking account on behalf of the firm in his own name,
(c) compromise or relinquish any claim or portion of a claim by the firm,
(d) withdraw a suit or proceeding filed on behalf of the firm,
(e) admit any liability in a suit or proceeding against the firm,
(f) acquire immoveable property on behalf of the firm,
(g) transfer immoveable property belonging to the firm, or
(h) enter into partnership on behalf of the firm.
20. Extension and restriction of partner's implied authority:
The partners in a firm may, by contract between the partners, extend or restrict the
implied authority of any partner.
Notwithstanding any such restriction, any act done by a partner on behalf of the firm
which falls within his implied authority binds the firm, unless the person with whom
he is dealing knows of the restriction or does not know or believe that partner to be
a partner.
Thus, A and B are partners in a grocery business. The partnership deed provides that
A shall not buy any thing on behalf of the firm. But A nevertheless enters into
contracts to buy groceries. What is the liability of B? Following the provisions of
S.20, it will be seen that B will be liable only if the person or persons with whom A
had entered into such contracts had no notice of the articles of partnership which
provides that A shall not buy any thing on behalf of the firm, or if the third party did
not know or believe A to be B's partner.
21. Partner's authority in an emergency:
A partner has authority, in an emergency, to do all such acts for the purpose
of protecting the firm from loss as would be done by a person of ordinary
prudence, in his own case, acting under similar circumstances, and such acts
bind the firm.
22. Mode of doing act to bind firm:
In order to bind a firm, an act or instrument done or executed by a partner or
other person on behalf of the firm shall be done or executed in the firm
name, or in any other manner expressing or implying an intention to bind the
firm.
A, one of the two partners in the Punjab Alliance Auction rooms, executed a
promote in favour of the Plaintiff. The note was Signed by A describing
himself as proprietor, Punjab Alliance Auction Rooms. It was held That A's
description as a proprietor of the firm was not sufficient to justify the finn
being held liable on the note - (Punjab Bank V Muhammad, m 15 Lah 625)
23. Effect of admissions by a partner:
An admission or representation made by a partner concerning the affairs of the firm is
evidence against the firm, if it is made in the ordinary course of business.
If a partner makes an admission regarding the partnership affairs, and such admission
is made in the ordinary course of business, it will be evidence against the firm. But the
rule will not apply where such representation refers to The extent of the partner's
authority to bind The firm. (Ex parte Agace, 1792, 30 E.R. 145).
24. Effect of notice to acting partner:
Notice to a partner who habitually acts in the business of the firm of any matter
relating to the affairs of the firm operates as notice to the firm, except in the case of a
fraud on the firm committed by or with the consent of that partner.
An exception is made by S.24 in cases of fraud. This is based on common sense, and
when a partner is committing a fraud on his other partners, notice to him will not be
notice to the firm. In Biguold v Waterhouse (1813 105 E.R.; 95), a partner of a firm of a
carrier, acting in fraud of his co-partners, agreed to transport valuable parcels free of
charge. The other partners were held not liable for the loss of the parcels. The fact
that some clerks in the firm were aware of the fraud was not to affect the innocent
partners.
25. Liability of a partner for acts of the firm:
Every partner is liable, jointly with all the other partners and also severally, for
all acts of the firm done while he is a partner.
Sec. 25 of the Act lays down that all the partners of a firm, jointly and
severally, share liabilities of the firm therefore, even where a partner has
signed in his own name a promissory note for the benefit of the firm, all
partners are liable on it as members of the partnership. (AIR-1930 Mad 168
(BE).
26. Liability of the firm for wrongful acts of a partner:
Where, by the wrongful act or omission of a partner acting in the ordinary
course of the business of a firm, or with the authority of his partners, loss or
injury is caused to any third party, or any penalty is incurred, the firm is liable
therefore to the same extent as the partner.
Thus in Hamlyn V Houston & Co., (1903) I K B. 81) one of two partners without
the knowledge of his co-partner, bribed a clerk of the plaintiff, a competitor in
trade, and induced him, in broach of his duly to his employer, to divulge
confidential information in regard to the plaintiff's business. It was in the
ordinary course of business of the firm to obtain such information by
legitimate methods, and the partner acted in the interest of the firm. Both
partners, were, held liable to the plaintiff.
27. Liability of firm for misapplication by partners:
Where --
(a) a partner acting within his apparent authority receives money or property
from a third party and misapplies it, or
(b) a firm in the course of its business receives money or property from a third
party, and the money or properly is misapplied by any of the partners while it
is in the custody of the firm, the firm is liable to make good the loss.
Problems.- (1) X, Y and Z were partners in a firm of Bankers, of whom Z was not an
active Partner. C, a customer of the firm deposited his ornaments with the Bank for safe
custody, X and y sold the ornaments without authority from C what are the rights of C
against the Bank? What is the liability of Z.?
Ans.- In this case, it will be seen that the ornaments of C were received by the firm of
Bankers in there Course of business for safe custody. X and Y active partners of the
firm, had sold ornaments without any authority form C, the owner. Hence the firm is
liable to make good the loss, C can recover the amount from the firm (S.27). Though Z is
a dormant partner, he is also liable along with X and Y to make good the loss (S25). But Z
is entitled to be indemnified by X and Y under Sec. 10 of the Act. (Deraynes V Noble
(1816) 1 Mer 572).
28. Holding out:
(1) Any one who by words spoken or written or by conduct represents himself, or
knowingly permits himself to be represented, to be a partner in a firm, is liable as a
partner in that firm to any one who has on the faith of any such representation given
credit to the firm, whether the person representing himself or represented to be a
partner does or does not know that the representation has reached the person so giving
credit.
(2) Where after a partner's death the business is continued in the old firm name, the
continued use of that name or of the deceased partner's name as a part thereof shall
not of itself make his legal representative or his estate liable for any act of the firm
done after his death.
In otherwords where a man holds himself out as a partner, or a allows others to do it,
he is then estopped from denying the character he has assumed upon the faith of
which creditors may be presumed to have acted. A man so acting may be rightly held
liable as a partner by estoppel. In other words, the doctrine of "holding out" is a part
of the principle of estoppel, which lays down that where one person, by words or
conduct induces another to believe him and act upon the existence of a particular
state or facts, he can not afterwards, as regards that person, deny the existence of
such facts.
29. Rights of transferee of a partner's Interest:
(1) A transfer by a partner of his interest in the firm, either absolute or by mortgage,
or by the creation by him of a charge on such interest, does not entitle the transferee,
during the continuance of the firm, to interfere in the conduct of the business, or to
require accounts, or to inspect the books of the firm, but entitles the transferee only
to receive the share of profits of the transferring partner, and the transferee shall
accept the account of profits agreed to by the partners.
(2) If the firm is dissolved or if the transferring partner ceases to be n partner, the
transferee is entitled as against the remaining partners to receive the share of the
assets of the firm to which the transferring partner is entitled, and, for the purpose of
ascertaining that share, to an account as from the date of the dissolution.
30. Minors admitted to the benefits of partnership:
(1) A person who is minor according to the law to which he is subject may not be a
partner in a firm, but, with the consent of all the partners for the time being, he may
be admitted to the benefits of partnership.
(2) Such minor has a right to such share of the property and of the profits of the firm
as may be agreed upon, and he may have access to and inspect and copy any of the
accounts of the firm.
(3) Such minor's share is liable for the acts of the firm, but the minor is not personally
liable for any such act.
(4) Such minor may not sue the partners for an account or payment of his share of the
property or profits of the firm, save when severing his connection with the firm, and in
such case the amount of his share shall be determined by a valuation made as far as
possible in accordance with the rules contained in section 48.
Provided that all the partners acting together or any partner entitled to dissolve the
firm upon notice to other partners may elect in such suit to dissolve the firm, and
thereupon the Court shall proceed with the suit as one for dissolution and for
settling accounts between the partners, and the amount of the share of the minor
shall be determined along with the shares of the partners.
(5) At any time within six months of his attaining majority, or of his obtaining
knowledge that he had been admitted to the benefits of partnership, whichever date
is later, such person may give public notice that he has elected to become or that he
has elected not to become a partner in the firm, and such notice shall determine his
position as regards the firm:
Provided that, if he fails to give such notice, he shall become a partner in the firm on
the expiry of the said six months.
(6) Where any person has been admitted as a minor to the benefits of partnership in
a firm, the burden of proving the fact that such person had no knowledge of such
admission until a particular date after the expiry of six months of his attaining
majority shall lie on the persons asserting that fact.
(7) Where such person becomes a partner,-
(a) his rights and liabilities as a minor continue up to the date on which he becomes
a partner, but he also becomes personally liable to third parties for all acts of the
firm done since he was admitted to the benefits of partnership, and
(b) his share in the property and profits of the firm shall be the share to which he
was entitled as a minor.
(8) Where such person elects not to become a partner, -
(a) his rights and liabilities shall continue to be those of a minor under this section
up to the date on which he gives public notice.
(b) his share shall not be liable for any acts of the firm done after the date of the
notice, and
(c) he shall be entitled to sue the partners for his share of the property and profits in
accordance with sub-section (4).
(9) Nothing in sub-section (7) and (8) shall affect the provisions of section 28.
Bibliography
• www.google.com
• Harvard Law Review.
• Indian Law Journal.
• IPA 1932- bare act.
• Business Law BOS ICAI
• www.academiearth.org
CREDITS
Prithvi Ghag 35
Shreya Bakliwal 44
Apurv Jain 10
Sachin Shantaraju 37
Prateek Bharadwaj 31
Prashakha Saxena 30

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Indian partnership act 1932

  • 1. Indian Partnership Act 1932 Sections (18-30) : Relation of partners to third parties. A group 3 initiative.
  • 2. 18. Partners to be agent of the firm: Subject to the provisions of this Act, a partner is the agent of the firm for the purposes of the business of the firm. A Partner Principal as well as an Agent- This is one of the most important tests of partnership as agency is the essence of the relationship of partnership. Therefore, a partner is both a principal and an agent. While the relation between partners interse is that of principals, they are agents of the firm and of one another in relation to third parties for the purposes of the business of the firm. But, in order to bind his co-partners, it is necessary for the partner acting on behalf of the firm to contract in the firms name or in any other manner expressing or implying an intention to bind his co- partners.
  • 3. 19. Implied authority of partner as agent of the firm: (1) Subject to the provisions of section 22, the act of partner which is done to carry on, in the usual way, business of the kind carried on by the firm, binds the firm. The authority of a partner to bind the firm conferred by this section is called his "implied authority". (2) In the absence of any usage or custom of trade to the contrary, the implied authority of a partner does not empower him to - (a) submit a dispute relating to the business of the firm to arbitration, (b) open a banking account on behalf of the firm in his own name, (c) compromise or relinquish any claim or portion of a claim by the firm, (d) withdraw a suit or proceeding filed on behalf of the firm, (e) admit any liability in a suit or proceeding against the firm, (f) acquire immoveable property on behalf of the firm, (g) transfer immoveable property belonging to the firm, or (h) enter into partnership on behalf of the firm.
  • 4. 20. Extension and restriction of partner's implied authority: The partners in a firm may, by contract between the partners, extend or restrict the implied authority of any partner. Notwithstanding any such restriction, any act done by a partner on behalf of the firm which falls within his implied authority binds the firm, unless the person with whom he is dealing knows of the restriction or does not know or believe that partner to be a partner. Thus, A and B are partners in a grocery business. The partnership deed provides that A shall not buy any thing on behalf of the firm. But A nevertheless enters into contracts to buy groceries. What is the liability of B? Following the provisions of S.20, it will be seen that B will be liable only if the person or persons with whom A had entered into such contracts had no notice of the articles of partnership which provides that A shall not buy any thing on behalf of the firm, or if the third party did not know or believe A to be B's partner.
  • 5. 21. Partner's authority in an emergency: A partner has authority, in an emergency, to do all such acts for the purpose of protecting the firm from loss as would be done by a person of ordinary prudence, in his own case, acting under similar circumstances, and such acts bind the firm. 22. Mode of doing act to bind firm: In order to bind a firm, an act or instrument done or executed by a partner or other person on behalf of the firm shall be done or executed in the firm name, or in any other manner expressing or implying an intention to bind the firm. A, one of the two partners in the Punjab Alliance Auction rooms, executed a promote in favour of the Plaintiff. The note was Signed by A describing himself as proprietor, Punjab Alliance Auction Rooms. It was held That A's description as a proprietor of the firm was not sufficient to justify the finn being held liable on the note - (Punjab Bank V Muhammad, m 15 Lah 625)
  • 6. 23. Effect of admissions by a partner: An admission or representation made by a partner concerning the affairs of the firm is evidence against the firm, if it is made in the ordinary course of business. If a partner makes an admission regarding the partnership affairs, and such admission is made in the ordinary course of business, it will be evidence against the firm. But the rule will not apply where such representation refers to The extent of the partner's authority to bind The firm. (Ex parte Agace, 1792, 30 E.R. 145). 24. Effect of notice to acting partner: Notice to a partner who habitually acts in the business of the firm of any matter relating to the affairs of the firm operates as notice to the firm, except in the case of a fraud on the firm committed by or with the consent of that partner. An exception is made by S.24 in cases of fraud. This is based on common sense, and when a partner is committing a fraud on his other partners, notice to him will not be notice to the firm. In Biguold v Waterhouse (1813 105 E.R.; 95), a partner of a firm of a carrier, acting in fraud of his co-partners, agreed to transport valuable parcels free of charge. The other partners were held not liable for the loss of the parcels. The fact that some clerks in the firm were aware of the fraud was not to affect the innocent partners.
  • 7. 25. Liability of a partner for acts of the firm: Every partner is liable, jointly with all the other partners and also severally, for all acts of the firm done while he is a partner. Sec. 25 of the Act lays down that all the partners of a firm, jointly and severally, share liabilities of the firm therefore, even where a partner has signed in his own name a promissory note for the benefit of the firm, all partners are liable on it as members of the partnership. (AIR-1930 Mad 168 (BE). 26. Liability of the firm for wrongful acts of a partner: Where, by the wrongful act or omission of a partner acting in the ordinary course of the business of a firm, or with the authority of his partners, loss or injury is caused to any third party, or any penalty is incurred, the firm is liable therefore to the same extent as the partner.
  • 8. Thus in Hamlyn V Houston & Co., (1903) I K B. 81) one of two partners without the knowledge of his co-partner, bribed a clerk of the plaintiff, a competitor in trade, and induced him, in broach of his duly to his employer, to divulge confidential information in regard to the plaintiff's business. It was in the ordinary course of business of the firm to obtain such information by legitimate methods, and the partner acted in the interest of the firm. Both partners, were, held liable to the plaintiff. 27. Liability of firm for misapplication by partners: Where -- (a) a partner acting within his apparent authority receives money or property from a third party and misapplies it, or (b) a firm in the course of its business receives money or property from a third party, and the money or properly is misapplied by any of the partners while it is in the custody of the firm, the firm is liable to make good the loss.
  • 9. Problems.- (1) X, Y and Z were partners in a firm of Bankers, of whom Z was not an active Partner. C, a customer of the firm deposited his ornaments with the Bank for safe custody, X and y sold the ornaments without authority from C what are the rights of C against the Bank? What is the liability of Z.? Ans.- In this case, it will be seen that the ornaments of C were received by the firm of Bankers in there Course of business for safe custody. X and Y active partners of the firm, had sold ornaments without any authority form C, the owner. Hence the firm is liable to make good the loss, C can recover the amount from the firm (S.27). Though Z is a dormant partner, he is also liable along with X and Y to make good the loss (S25). But Z is entitled to be indemnified by X and Y under Sec. 10 of the Act. (Deraynes V Noble (1816) 1 Mer 572). 28. Holding out: (1) Any one who by words spoken or written or by conduct represents himself, or knowingly permits himself to be represented, to be a partner in a firm, is liable as a partner in that firm to any one who has on the faith of any such representation given credit to the firm, whether the person representing himself or represented to be a partner does or does not know that the representation has reached the person so giving credit.
  • 10. (2) Where after a partner's death the business is continued in the old firm name, the continued use of that name or of the deceased partner's name as a part thereof shall not of itself make his legal representative or his estate liable for any act of the firm done after his death. In otherwords where a man holds himself out as a partner, or a allows others to do it, he is then estopped from denying the character he has assumed upon the faith of which creditors may be presumed to have acted. A man so acting may be rightly held liable as a partner by estoppel. In other words, the doctrine of "holding out" is a part of the principle of estoppel, which lays down that where one person, by words or conduct induces another to believe him and act upon the existence of a particular state or facts, he can not afterwards, as regards that person, deny the existence of such facts. 29. Rights of transferee of a partner's Interest: (1) A transfer by a partner of his interest in the firm, either absolute or by mortgage, or by the creation by him of a charge on such interest, does not entitle the transferee, during the continuance of the firm, to interfere in the conduct of the business, or to require accounts, or to inspect the books of the firm, but entitles the transferee only to receive the share of profits of the transferring partner, and the transferee shall accept the account of profits agreed to by the partners.
  • 11. (2) If the firm is dissolved or if the transferring partner ceases to be n partner, the transferee is entitled as against the remaining partners to receive the share of the assets of the firm to which the transferring partner is entitled, and, for the purpose of ascertaining that share, to an account as from the date of the dissolution. 30. Minors admitted to the benefits of partnership: (1) A person who is minor according to the law to which he is subject may not be a partner in a firm, but, with the consent of all the partners for the time being, he may be admitted to the benefits of partnership. (2) Such minor has a right to such share of the property and of the profits of the firm as may be agreed upon, and he may have access to and inspect and copy any of the accounts of the firm. (3) Such minor's share is liable for the acts of the firm, but the minor is not personally liable for any such act. (4) Such minor may not sue the partners for an account or payment of his share of the property or profits of the firm, save when severing his connection with the firm, and in such case the amount of his share shall be determined by a valuation made as far as possible in accordance with the rules contained in section 48.
  • 12. Provided that all the partners acting together or any partner entitled to dissolve the firm upon notice to other partners may elect in such suit to dissolve the firm, and thereupon the Court shall proceed with the suit as one for dissolution and for settling accounts between the partners, and the amount of the share of the minor shall be determined along with the shares of the partners. (5) At any time within six months of his attaining majority, or of his obtaining knowledge that he had been admitted to the benefits of partnership, whichever date is later, such person may give public notice that he has elected to become or that he has elected not to become a partner in the firm, and such notice shall determine his position as regards the firm: Provided that, if he fails to give such notice, he shall become a partner in the firm on the expiry of the said six months. (6) Where any person has been admitted as a minor to the benefits of partnership in a firm, the burden of proving the fact that such person had no knowledge of such admission until a particular date after the expiry of six months of his attaining majority shall lie on the persons asserting that fact.
  • 13. (7) Where such person becomes a partner,- (a) his rights and liabilities as a minor continue up to the date on which he becomes a partner, but he also becomes personally liable to third parties for all acts of the firm done since he was admitted to the benefits of partnership, and (b) his share in the property and profits of the firm shall be the share to which he was entitled as a minor. (8) Where such person elects not to become a partner, - (a) his rights and liabilities shall continue to be those of a minor under this section up to the date on which he gives public notice. (b) his share shall not be liable for any acts of the firm done after the date of the notice, and (c) he shall be entitled to sue the partners for his share of the property and profits in accordance with sub-section (4). (9) Nothing in sub-section (7) and (8) shall affect the provisions of section 28.
  • 14. Bibliography • www.google.com • Harvard Law Review. • Indian Law Journal. • IPA 1932- bare act. • Business Law BOS ICAI • www.academiearth.org
  • 15. CREDITS Prithvi Ghag 35 Shreya Bakliwal 44 Apurv Jain 10 Sachin Shantaraju 37 Prateek Bharadwaj 31 Prashakha Saxena 30