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    Suppose that the district court found that there was a partnership between the two parties in Farrell v. Whiteman. Assume further that the partnership broke up in July 2004, and the remaining partner, Whiteman, hired someone else to complete the work. Would the Idaho supreme courts decision be different? In what way? Would Farrell be entitled to any money?

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    Suppose that the district court found that there was a partnership between the two parties in Farrell v. Whiteman. Assume further that the partnership broke up in July 2004, and the remaining partner, Whiteman, hired someone else to complete the work.

    Would the Idaho supreme court's decision be different? In what way? Would Farrell be entitled to any money?

    The partnership contract necessitates that certain rights, duties, and obligations are required of both partners in the contract and these may be expressed or implied. Each party has a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the business and the clients. If a partner decides to leave the contract, the contract may be breached depending on whether the party ...

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    The expert determines if Idaho supreme courts decision be so different. The contract law partnerships are provided.

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