2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 2838 — Name; designation as partnership in commendam.
Art. 2838. Name; designation as partnership in commendam.
For the liability of a partner in commendam to be limited as to third parties, the partnership must have a name that appears in the contract of partnership; the name must include language that clearly identifies it as a partnership in commendam, such as language consisting of the words "limited partnership" or "partnership in commendam"; and the name must not imply that the partner in commendam is a general partner.
Acts 1980, No. 150, §1.
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