Formation, Operation, Termination and Liquidation of Partnerships
- Assume that John, James, and Jane are considering creating a legal business entity to develop and market their idea for a web application. Recommend the most appropriate type of business activity (i.e., a general partnership, a limited liability partnership, or a limited liability company) for them to form. Provide a rationale for your response.
- Determine the main purpose of a statement of realization and liquidation, and discuss the major information that the primary parties can gain from a statement of realization and liquidation in order to grasp the major events of the liquidation process. Next, suggest the most critical information to disseminate to the partners and creditors during liquidation. Justify your response.
A general partnership is a business that has two or more people that have come together to execute an idea so that they can get profit. The business is however not taxed disjointedly but any profit or loss directly affects the partners.
A limited liability partnership on the other hand has a little protection to the partners against personal liability however it is still not a separate…