Partnership Disputes  

Partnership disputes arise from a relationship breakdown between two or more parties involved in the running of a business. In order to keep a business continuing to operate smoothly, it is imperative to seek immediate advice and resolve any outstanding issues as quickly as possible.

In situations where there is a dispute and there is no agreement between the parties, the Partnership Act 1980 outlines the rights and duties of each party. Our specialist team of solicitors can assist with negotiations, mediation and litigation should such action become necessary.

What happens if I don’t have a partnership agreement?

The definition of a partnership is very broad and essentially covers two or more parties carrying out a business together with the intention of making a profit. This includes running a business without officially stating you are doing so. In court, this is classed as a partnership at will and looks at the facts of a business rather than any agreement.

If you are confused or concerned regarding any of the matters above, get in touch with our litigation solicitors today. We can help you find a resolution.

Speak to an experienced solicitor today

Our team at Lincoln & Rowe are highly experienced negotiators with extensive understanding in litigation, mediation, arbitration and adjudication. We understand that clients want a straightforward and practical approach from a legal team they trust, to find a swift and cost-effective solution to their legal dispute.

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Who we can help

Our commercial litigation lawyers at Lincoln & Rowe possess significant depth and breadth of dispute resolution expertise gained from years of experience advising on high-value and complex litigation. We act for individuals, owner managed enterprises, national and international businesses.

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Dipesh Dosani Partner
Dipesh advises clients on a wide range of commercial disputes including breach of contract, directors’ disputes, shareholder remedies, partnership issues, professional negligence and intellectual property. He is also able to provide clients with advice on all aspects of insolvency as well as investigations including misfeasance, undervalue transactions, preferences, transactions to defraud creditors and wrongful trading.