3) Unlimited liability. The main drawback of the partnership is the unlimited liability of the partners for the debts and debts of the company. Each partner can hire the company and the company is responsible for all debts incurred on behalf of the company. If ownership of the partnership company is not sufficient to cover the debts, a partner`s personal property may be added to pay the company`s debts.  The partnership agreement must be supported by the review of partners to ensure its effectiveness. This may be capital (see item 53.30), skill [note 10] or debt [Note 11]. Indeed, it is unlikely that a partnership agreement will cover all issues that might arise in the context of a partnership activity and which, if any, will have to be supplemented by a statute or jurisprudence [note 4]. Partnerships have a long history; they were already in service in Europe and the Middle East in the Middle Ages. According to a 2006 article, the first partnership was implemented in 1383 by Francesco di Marco Datini, a merchant from Prato and Florence. Covoni (1336-40) and Del Buono-Bencivenni (1336-40) were also described as early partnerships, but these were not formal partnerships.
 Partnerships face complex negotiations and specific challenges that must be resolved pending an agreement. General objectives, levels of donations and acquisitions, responsibilities, lines of authority and estates, on how success is assessed and distributed, and often many other factors need to be negotiated. Once an agreement has been reached, the partnership is generally civilly binding, especially if it is well documented. Partners who wish, if so, to make their consent explicit and enforceable, generally develop partnership articles. Trust and pragmatism are also essential, as not everything can be expected to be included in the initial partnership agreement, which is why quality governance and clear communication are decisive factors in the long term. It is customary to publish information about formal partner companies, for example, in a press release. B press, an advertisement in a newspaper or laws on public registers. The Mongols adopted and developed the concepts of responsibility for investment and lending in Mongolian Ortoq partnerships to promote trade and investment to facilitate the commercial integration of the Mongol Empire. The contractual characteristics of a Mongolian Ortoq partnership were similar to those of the Qirad and Commenda agreements, but Mongolian investors used metal coins, paper money, gold and silver bacon and tradable goods for partnership investments and financed mainly lending and trading activities.  In addition, Mongolian elites have entered into commercial partnerships with traders in Central Asia and Europe, including Marco Polo`s family.
 7) The mutual agency is the real test. The real test of the “partnership society” is the “freedom of mutual choice” established by the Indian courts, i.e. whether a partner can engage it through its action, i.e. whether it can act as an agent of all other partners.  If there is no partnership agreement or if an issue is not covered by the partnership agreement, the rules governing the internal activity of the partnership are defined in the legislation [Note 2]. These rules would be applied in the absence of explicit or implied exclusion (by recourse) in the agreement [note 3]. Partnerships often continue to operate for an indeterminate period, but there are cases where a business is destined to dissolve or end after reaching a certain stage or a certain number of years. A partnership agreement should contain this information, even if the timetable is not set. The rules for winding up a partner`s departure due to the death or withdrawal of the transaction should also be included in the agreement. These conditions could include a purchase and sale agreement detailing the valuation process, or any partner