AGREEMENT FOR DISSOLUTION AND WINDING UP OF Partnership name, A PARTNERSHIP
This dissolution agreement is made on 01/01/1970 , between Partnership Name , a partnership
formed under a written partnership agreement dated 01/01/1970 , with principal offices at
Address of partnership offices (the "Partnership"), and its general partners
List of Partners (comma seperated) , and hereinafter referred to as the "Partners",
to provide for the dissolution and orderly winding up of the partnership business, which business
primarily consisted of services/products offered through the partnership .
Section 1. DISSOLUTION. The Partners hereby agree that the Partnership shall be dissolved, effective
as of 01/01/1970 (the "date of dissolution"), and the Partners agree that the partnership shall be
wound up and liquidated as of and following such date.
Section 2. APPOINTMENT OF LIQUIDATING PARTNER. Liquidating party shall be the liquidating
partner (the "liquidating partner") and shall have the exclusive right and obligation to wind up the
Following the date of dissolution, no other Partner may act on behalf of or bind the Partnership, to
represent the Partnership in any official capacity, or to participate in management or control of the
Parthership, for purposes of winding up its business or otherwise.
Section 3. SALARIES, WITHDRAWALS. As compensation for serving as liquidating partner,
Liquidating party shall receive the sum of $0 . This compensation shall be considered an expense
of winding up the partnership's business and shall not be charged to the capital account of the liquidating
partner as a withdrawal. Except for the compensation to the liquidating partner, none of the partners shall
receive any compensation, make any withdrawals, or receive any interest on their contributions or respective
shares of the partnership's capital after the date of dissolution, other than as a liquidating distribution under
Section 4. POWERS OF LIQUIDATING PARTNER. The liquidating partner shall have authority to
wind up the partnership business, including full power and authority to sell and transfer partnership assets,
engage professional services, sign and submit tax matters, execute and record a statement of dissolution
of partnership, pay and settle debts, and distribute partnership assets to the respective partners.
The liquidating partner shall use his or her best efforts to complete liquidation of the partnership
by 01/01/1970 (the "termination date").
Section 5. DUTIES OF LIQUIDATING PARTNER. The liquidating partner shall devote such time
as deemed necessary to liquidate the partnership in the manner provided herein and as required by law.
The liquidating partner shall keep the remaining partners reasonably appraised of the status of the
dissolution, shall conduct and provide the other partners with an inventory of partnership assets, shall
prepare and file all required federal and state tax returns, shall pay all just partnership debts, shall provide
a partnership accounting prior to any distribution, and shall distribute the remaining of partnership assets,
if any, to the partners.
Section 6. DISTRIBUTIONS. Proceeds from the disposition of partnership assets shall be applied first to
the satisfaction of all partnership debts and liabilities. Proceeds and assets, if any, remaining after payment
of creditors shall be distributed as follows:
The proceeds listed below to each Partner as follows:
● Partner name shall receive Number (0) percent of the partnership assets.
Section 7. RELEASE OF CLAIMS. Each partner hereby releases each of the other partners and the
partnership from all known claims arising under the partnership agreement, except as stated elsewhere in
this agreement and/or any equalization payments set forth herein.
Section 8. POWER OF ATTORNEY TO LIQUIDATING PARTNER. Each partner, being fully
informed and aware that this grant of authority is a special power of attorney coupled with an interest and
is thus irrevocable, hereby constitutes and appoints the liquidating partner as that partner's attorney-in-fact,
in his or her name and for his or her use and benefit to prepare, execute, acknowledge, verify, file, record,
and publish any agreements, notices, tax returns, billings, payments, and other documents required to be
prepared and filed to effect the dissolution, liquidation, or termination of the partnership pursuant to the
terms of this agreement and under the laws of .
Section 9. RETURN OF EQUIPMENT: During the duration of the partnership, the partners may have
utilised services and equipment, allocated to complete tasks of the partnership, free of charge. Such services
and equipment will be returned to the Liquidating party and such return will not be considered a distribution
of partnership assets.
Section 10. SUCCESSORS. This agreement shall benefit and be binding on the respective heirs,
executors, administrators, legatees, distributees, devisees, representatives, assignees, and other successors
of each partner.
This Agreement is executed in the State of State name , and is effective on the last date signed by the last
Partner to sign hereunder.