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What Is a Quasi Partnership?

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Quasi partnerships are in effect, small partnerships of a limited number of individuals which, although operating as a limited company. They are practically run as partnership between those individuals and such businesses were originally run as a partnership and later incorporated to a limited company. The term quasi' means almost thereby making a quasi partnership almost a partnership but without any contract agreement between the parties.
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