2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 14 - CORPORATIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND ASSOCIATIONS
CHAPTER 8 - PARTNERSHIPS
§ 14-8-25 - Incidents of tenancy in partnership
. Incidents of tenancy in partnership
(a) A partner is co-owner with his partners of specific partnership property holding as a tenant in partnership.
(b) The incidents of the tenancy are such that:
(1) A partner, subject to the provisions of this chapter and to any agreement between the partners, has an equal right with his partners to possess specific partnership property for partnership purposes; but he has no right to possess such property for any other purpose without the consent of his partners;
(2) A partner's right in specific partnership property is not assignable except in connection with the assignment of rights of all the partners in the same property;
(3) A partner's right in specific partnership property is not subject to attachment, judgment lien, execution, or other enforcement of a claim except on a claim against the partnership. When partnership property is attached for a partnership debt the partners, or any of them, or the representatives of a deceased partner, cannot claim any right under the homestead or exemption laws;
(4) On the death of a partner his right in specific partnership property vests in the surviving partner or partners, except where the deceased was the last surviving partner, when his right in such property vests in his legal representative. Such surviving partner or partners, or the legal representative of the last surviving partner, has no right to possess the partnership property for any but a partnership purpose;
(5) A partner's right in specific partnership property is not subject to the year's support provided for in Code Sections 53-5-1
of the "Pre-1998 Probate Code," if applicable, or Code Sections 53-3-1
, and 53-3-7
of the "Revised Probate Code of 1998."
(c) Nothing in Code Section 14-8-24
and this Code section shall modify, affect, or act in derogation of any portion of this chapter concerning the manner of vesting title to property (including, without limitation, real property) in the name of the partnership or the ownership of such property by the partnership.
Graham Syfert - Jacksonville Lawyer