A partner needs to give notice to the partnership if they wish to leave the partnership. The notice will indicate whether the partner wishes to be bought out by the remaining partners, there is a third party offer or they just want to dissolve the partnership.
The partnership may wish to remove a partner without that partner's consent by giving notice to that partner. Examples of involuntary withdrawal are: death of partner, incapacity of partner, disability of partner, incompetence of partner, breach of fiduciary duty by partner, criminal conviction of partner, operation of law against partner, and legal judgment against partner.
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