2020 Code of Alabama
Title 19 - Fiduciaries and Trusts.
Chapter 3 - Trusts.
Article 7 - Participation in Partnerships.
Section 19-3-151 - Right of Fiduciary to Participate in Partnership; Liability of Fiduciary, Estate and Beneficial Owners.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 19-3-151 (2020)

Section 19-3-151

Right of fiduciary to participate in partnership; liability of fiduciary, estate and beneficial owners.

If permitted by the trust instrument or will under which he serves or by order of a court having jurisdiction of the estate or trust, a fiduciary may enter into a partnership agreement or arrangement with others or accept the assignment of or otherwise acquire, hold and dispose of an interest in a partnership, and in so doing may become either a general or a limited partner. In any such case, as to creditors of or claimants against such partnership and as to the other members of such partnership, the liability, if any, of such fiduciary for the debts and other liabilities of the partnership, whether ex contractu or ex delicto or otherwise, shall be limited to the assets of the trust or estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to discharge such debts and liabilities, but no personal liability shall attach to the fiduciary or to the beneficial owners of the assets of the trust or estate.

(Acts 1961, No. 1011, p. 1588, §II.)

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