Summary of Tower Cabinet v Ingram case

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Tower Cabinet v Ingram

Principle: Principle of Holding out

Summary of Facts: Tower Cabinet Co Ltd v Ingram – C and I dissolved but no notice or advertisement given. C ordered goods from T using the firm’s old notepaper which showed I as partner. Supplier sued I

Judgment: Supplier succeeded because I had not knowingly allowed himself to be represented as a partner and the plaintiff was unaware that I was a partner of the firm before its dissolution.

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