Subject to the usual restrictions on “transmission” (using a name by which another party asserts a property interest) and the use of sensitive names [note 23], a partnership is free to choose its name. There are no specific rules. This can be problematic, for example, where there is a part-time partner and the part-time partner is expected to receive a proportionate share of the profits, or if there is a “sleeping partner” who has contributed more working capital to the partnership and who, as such, wants to receive a larger share of the profits. The interests of the partners of the partner`s estate and their rights and obligations related to the partnership are determined by the following rules, subject to an explicit or tacit agreement between the partners: , and to acquire other land or land from the profits to be used in the same way, the land or property thus acquired belongs to them, in the absence of an agreement to the contrary , not as partners, but as co-owners, for the same land and interests they hold in the country where they are located. A permanent guarantee or duty of care given to a company or a third party with respect to the operations of a company is revoked by any change in the company, company or company`s status for the activities of which the guarantee or commitment was given. What happens if things go wrong and you don`t have a written partnership contract? A partner is not allowed to mortgage ownership of the partnership as collateral for its own debts without the consent of the other partners [Note 40]. If it does, it would be required to pay the partnership for all items lost under collateral. Benefits – In the absence of a contrary provision, section 24 of the Partnership Act provides that profits and losses are distributed equally. Capital is the amount that the partners of the partnership contribute to the purposes of accessing or exercising the partnership transaction and are generally expressed in cash even if the contribution is a property or a good s or goody. A partner`s participation in the partnership relates to the amount paid and differs from its interest in the partnership`s assets, which relates to its share of the partnership, as defined in the partnership agreement (see item 53.60) (provided there is one – see point 53.54).