This treatise is a thorough, student-friendly review of the applications of agency and partnership law. The agency chapters include important points from Drafts of the Restatement (3d) of Agency. The partnership chapters give roughly equal coverage to the original Uniform Partnership Act (UPA) and the Revised Uniform Partnership (UPA) and the Revised Uniform Partnership Act (RUPA) and more detail is included on Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs).
This one volume treatise addresses every substantive area of general and limited partnership law. The title addresses recent developments in the use of general and limited partnership laws. Structuring business entities, litigating business disputes, partnership taxation, partnership tax liability, and (third-party involvement are among the issues covered
Adopted in 2005 and published in 2006, the third Restatement of Agency includes the American Law Institute's analysis of the black letter law. Numerous case citations are included. Updated with pocket parts and supplementary volumes. The first, second, and third restatements are included at this link.
A three-volume treatise on partnership law, covering the substantive law of partnership and critical analysis of relevant statutory provisions and case law. Special attention is given to underlying theory and practical planning considerations. The first volume is devoted to general partnerships, the second volume examines limited partnerships, and the third volume contains appendices, including acts promulgated as part of the Uniform Law Commission’s recent “Harmonization of Business Entity Acts.”