Can a limited partner do orders for the business? i know they cannot manage it, but are they the same?

simple question: can a limited partner be involved with ordering products for the business?


Asked 21 days ago in Nakusp, British Columbia
Categories: Business Law

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Shira Kalfa

Answer by Shira Kalfa

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This entirely depends on the terms of the General Partnership-Limited Partnership Agreement (GP-LP Agreement). The answer to this question does not lie in the governing legislation but rather, in the four corners of the agreement. Typically, it is General Partners who has decision making authority and control, however it is possible that this authority is given to the limited partners under the terms of the agreement.

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