Aggregate Theory

Aggregate theory is one of two legal theories with partnerships and limited liability company entity forms.   Aggregate theory recognizes the business existence as a group of partners/members and not as an entire entity. Legally speaking, the partners are sued or can sue and not the partnership as a whole.

Aggregate and Entity Theories of Partnership

Aggregate and Entity Theories of Partnership

A partnership is defined as an association of two or more persons to carry on as co-owners a business for profit.  The premise is built around the notion that the combined power of the partners exceeds the sum of the value the partners could generate independently.

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