- J. Anthony VanDuzer, The Law of Partnerships and Corporations, 1997, p. 25
- The Report does a comparison between a general partnership and a LLP. In order not to add complexity, no reference is made to a limited partnership that is created under the New Brunswick Limited Partnership Act. A limited partnership has special characteristics by having general partners and limited partners. A limited partnership and a limited liability partnership are traditionally two very different "beasts". Jurisdictions to date have kept these concepts separate.
- Joint and Several Liability and Professional Defendants, Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce, March 1998, page V.
- Senate Report, p. 57-61.
- Senate Report, p. 61
- See http://www.law.ualberta.ca/alri, go to "publications", to "Final Reports" and to "077 Limited Liability Partnerships (April 1999)".
- See http://www.ulcc.ca/en/home/Index.cfm? and http://www.ulcc.ca/en/civil/index.cfm?sec=4&sub=4e
- Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 6
- Law Society Act, SNB 1996, c. 89, s. 37(13);
Chartered Accountants Act 1998, SNB 1998, c. 53, s. 33(1)(2)
Medical Act, SNB 1981, c. 87, s. 64(1)(2)
- Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 109
- Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 101
- Manzer, A Practical Guide to Canadian Partnership Law, p. 10-43
- Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 102 - 103
- Manzer, p. 10-43