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Charging order can't dissolve limited p'ship (access required)

A creditor attempting to collect on personal judgments against two general partners may not use a "charging order" to dissolve a limited partnership, a Fairfax Circuit judge has ruled in a case of first impression. The charging order, a statutory device used to attach a partnership interest, can undo a general, at-will partnership, according to the ...

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