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Singson vs.

Isabela Sawmill GRN L- 27343 February 28, 1979 Facts: Isabela Sawmill was formed by partners Saldajeno, Lon and Timoteo. Withdraw from the partnership and after dissolution, L and T continued the business still under the name Isbel Sawmill. The partnership is indebted to various creditors and that Sheriff sold the assets of Isabela Sawmill to s and was subsequently sold to a separate company. Issue: Whether or not Isabela Sawmill ceased to be a partnership and that creditors could no longer demand payment. Ruling: On dissolution, the partnership is not terminated but continues until the winding up of the business. It does not appear that the withdrawal of S from the partnership was published in the newspapers. The Apelles and the public had a right to expect the public had a right to expect that whatever credit they extended to L & T doing business. In the name of the partnership could be enforced against the partnership of said partnership. The judicial foreclosure of the chattel mortrage executed in the favor of S did not relieve her from liability to the creditors of the partnership. It may be presumed S acted in good faith, the Apelles also acted in good faith in extending credit to they partnership. Where one of the two innocent persons must suffer, that persons must suffer, that person who gave occasion for the damages to be caused must bear the consequences.

Tocao vs. CA and Nenita Anay 365 SCRA 463 G.R 127405 October 4, 2000 Facts: Respondent met the petitioner through Belo. Petitioner Tacao conveyed her desire to enter into a joint venture with her and Anay is to be the marketing head of local distribution of kitchen wares, the former to finance the business. Anay was made to receive commissions based on her performance, as verbally agreed upon by her and Belo, the latter acting as the guarantor of Geminesse enterprise. In 1887, Belo signed a memorandum granting 37% commission to Anay for her business transaction. Two days after, Anay discovered that she was in effect no longer the head of marketing and had been barred from holding office. Issue: Whether or not Anay was an employee or partner of Tocao and thus entitled to damages. Ruling: The RTC and CA found the partnership between petitioners and private respondent exists based on the facts presented. This amount be determined by S.C To be considered as a judicial personality, a partnership must fulfill these requisites: 1) two or more persons bind themselves to contribute money, property or industry to a common fund; (2) intention on the part of the partners to divide profits among themes selves. Where no immovable le property in involved, an oral agreement will suffice to create partnership. Thus, a subject he to action for damages because by the mutual agency that arises in a partnership, the doctrine of delectus personae allows the partners to have the power although not necessarily the right to dissolve the partnership. In 2001, SC issued a resolution, modifying its decision regarding as a partner to firm because he merely acted as a guarantor. As for the award of damages to Anay, the decision was sustained.