Follow proper process when you and one or more other individuals carrying on a business in partnership have agreed to bring the partnership to an end with this dissolution of partnership deed. This... ... Read more
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How to Make a Dissolution of Partnership Deed
Follow proper process when you and one or more other individuals carrying on a business in partnership have agreed to bring the partnership to an end with this dissolution of partnership deed. This partnership dissolution form outlines all the important details regarding the dissolution and winding up of the company. In particular, it covers the date on which the partnership will cease trading, what the partners can and cannot do from the date of dissolution, the discharge of the partnership's liabilities, and the retention of records.
Use this dissolution of partnership deed:
This dissolution of partnership deed covers:
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A dissolution of partnership deed is a document whereby business partners decide to terminate a partnership. It sets out the terms under which the partners agree to dissolve and wind-up the partnership and outlines each step of the dissolution process.
A dissolution of partnership deed enables the partners to end the partnership fairly and transparently, as it determines how the business assets and liabilities will be divided between the partners.
The dissolution date is the date on which the partnership will cease to exist - ie the relationship between the partners terminates. After this date, the partners will complete any unfinished work, settle any liabilities, realise any partnership assets and otherwise wind up the partnership.
The winding-up date is the date when the winding-up of the partnership is completed.
The amounts held in the partnership accounts should be distributed in the following order:
When all the outstanding payments have been settled, the partners can decide to divide the balance either:
One of the partners should be responsible for looking after the accounting records, letters and other documents for the required period of time. This deed states that the partnership records should be kept for 6 years after the date the winding up of the partnership is completed.
Last reviewed or updated 17/01/2022
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