The Virginia Act addresses the general standards of a partner`s conduct and provides that „the only fiduciary duties incumbent on a partner in the partnership and other partners are the duty of loyalty and diligence defined in subsections B and C.“ Subsections B and C of § 50-73.102 of the Virginia Act define a partner`s fiduciary duties of loyalty and diligence as follows: If a partner pays more than its proportionate share of the partnership`s debt, it is entitled to repayment from the other partners. If, in the course of employment, an employee of a partnership negligently raps a third party and the victim is compensated by a partner, that partner is entitled to reimbursement by the other partners in order to fairly distribute the damage. Many businessmen form „partnerships“ and „limited liability partnerships“ to own and manage their various business activities. What for? One of the main reasons is to avoid personal responsibility for corporate debt and obligations, and this is a good reason to create a partnership. Within the framework of a partnership, each partner has a legal obligation to act in the best interest of the partnership and in the best interest of the other partners. There is also the legal obligation of individual personal responsibility for partnership obligations. The complementary are responsible for all contracts concluded by other partners. They may also be held personally liable for the infidelity or fraud of other partners. If a partner leaves the company, the duty of loyalty ends, unless the parties have an agreement that extends the period. Partners are required to act honestly and to show fairness and good faith to each other. Everything the partners do depends on compliance with this obligation.
If the partnership is accepted, he can retire by dismissing other partners. (b) Every partner shall have the right to be consulted and consulted on all matters relating to the operations of the partnership. . . . .