Surprisingly few cases were decided in the field of Business Associations during the survey period. Those decisions for the most part merely reaffirmed legal principles already established in Tennessee law. One of the cases, Wyatt v. Brown,' raised again the interesting old question of what is a partnership and what factual elements are necessary to constitute the partnership relation. This article discusses that question first and then comments rather briefly on the other cases and the principles they enunciate.
F. Hodge O'Neal,
Business Associations -- 1956 Tennessee Survey,
9 Vanderbilt Law Review
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