Investment Limited Partnerships Act 1994

Differences as to business of investment limited partnership, inspection of books and contracts with partners.


19.—(1) Subject to any express or implied term of the partnership agreement—

(a) any difference arising as to matters connected with the business of an investment limited partnership shall be decided by the general partner and if more than one by a majority of the general partners;

(b) a limited partner may by himself or his agents at any reasonable time inspect the books of the investment limited partnership and inquire into the state and prospects of the partnership business with such assistance as may reasonably be required of the general partner, and may advise the partners thereon.

(2) Notwithstanding any rules of equity or common law applicable to partnerships, but subject to conditions imposed by the Bank, a partner may enter into any contract, including for the lending of money, or transact any business with an investment limited partnership, and such partner shall have the same rights and obligations with respect thereto as a person who is not a partner.