Partnerships

Two widely used forms of business structures in Manitoba are general partnerships and limited partnerships.

Understanding the significant distinctions between the two forms of partnerships is essential to ensuring benefits are maximized and potential liability risks minimized.

Our partnership lawyers are highly knowledgeable in respect of the uniquely favourable provisions contained within Manitoba's legislation governing limited partnerships. Our lawyers consistently draw upon such knowledge, in collaboration with our tax lawyers, in order to maximize the benefits afforded to limited partnership participants.


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