I got into a partnership agreement,invest $5200 toward shares purchase now other partner want to ignore the agreement, repayment or issue of shares, reason: the partnership was set wrongly.What are my option to recover my investment?
1 Answer from Attorneys
This is a situation where your rights generally depend on what is stated in the partnership agreement. It will be the main determining factor of what your rights/options on the law will be. A partnership agreement is a contract and contract law applies. There may be other remedies available to you outside of the partnership agreement/contract i.e. unjust enrichment but an attorney would likely need to review the agreement to provide you the best answer.
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