community of profits

community of profits
This term, as used in the definition of a partnership (to which a community of profits is essential), means a proprietorship in them as distinguished from a personal claim upon the other associate as much as in the other. Moore v. Williams, 26 Tex.Civ. App. 142, 62 S.W. 977

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