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8.0 Footnotes

  1. J. Anthony VanDuzer, The Law of Partnerships and Corporations, 1997, p. 25
  2. 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.
  3. Joint and Several Liability and Professional Defendants, Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce, March 1998, page V.
  4. Senate Report, p. 57-61.
  5. Senate Report, p. 61
  6. See http://www.law.ualberta.ca/alri, go to "publications", to "Final Reports" and to "077 Limited Liability Partnerships (April 1999)".
  7. See http://www.ulcc.ca/en/home/Index.cfm? and http://www.ulcc.ca/en/civil/index.cfm?sec=4&sub=4e
  8. Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 6
  9. 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)
  10. Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 109
  11. Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 101
  12. Manzer, A Practical Guide to Canadian Partnership Law, p. 10-43
  13. Alberta Law Reform Institute Report, p. 102 - 103
  14. Manzer, p. 10-43

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