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Limited Partnership Dissolved at the Request of Transferees of Limited Partners - Business Law News

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Posted on: Nov 1, 2019

From Business Law Today:

In a recent decision from Minnesota, a limited partnership was ordered to be dissolved in an action brought by the assignees of the limited partners. Storeland v. Nordic Townhomes Limited Partnership, A18-1564, 2019 WL 1983500 (Minn. Ct. App. May 6, 2019).

Nordic Townhomes was originally organized with three limited partners and three general partners. With the passage of time, all of the original limited partners died. No new limited partners were admitted, and the heirs of the various limited partners became transferees of their respective interests in the partnership.

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