2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 2801 — Partnership; definition.
CHAPTER 1--GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Art. 2801. Partnership; definition.
A partnership is a juridical person, distinct from its partners, created by a contract between two or more persons to combine their efforts or resources in determined proportions and to collaborate at mutual risk for their common profit or commercial benefit.
Trustees and succession representatives, in their capacities as such, and unincorporated associations may be partners.
Acts 1980, No. 150, §1.
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