Unincorporated Business Entities
By Larry E. Ribstein
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The rapid proliferation of unincorporated business forms has moved beyond the scope of traditional Corporations and Agency/Partnership courses and textbooks, which leaves students without the necessary knowledge to competently advise business clients. Unincorporated Business Entities was designed to fill that widening gap in the existing curriculum. Unincorporated Business Entities is designed for a three-semester-hour course and has the following features:
• Like its predecessors, the new edition of Unincorporated Business Entities takes a business planning approach to teaching the modern law of partnerships and other unincorporated firms.
• The material on LLCs has largely been rewritten, reflecting the rapid development in this form over the last several years.
• Each chapter contains new and updated notes and problems that provide a "hands-on" approach to the consequences of, and planning and drafting for, issues in agency, partnership, limited partnerships, LLCs, and limited liability partnerships.
• The materials on partners' financial rights now include a short primer on financial accounting.
The Teacher's Manual is almost six-fold expanded from previous versions. It contains approaches to organizing classes, synopses of all the cases, lecture outlines, proposed questions and answers, discussions of answers to all the problems, diagrams of the complex cases, and flow charts of complex statutory analysis in areas like partnership dissolution and winding up.
The Appendix also contains the partnership, limited partnership, and limited liability company statutes you will need for reference purposes.
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