Interests in a limited partnership association shall be personal estate, and may be
transferred under such rules and regulations as the association may prescribe. No transferee of any interest, or the representative of any decedent member or of
any insolvent member shall be entitled thereafter to any participation in the subsequent
business of the association, unless he be elected thereto by a vote of the majority
of the members in number and value of their interests. Any change of ownership in the property of the association, whether by sale, death,
bankruptcy or otherwise, which shall not be followed by election to the association,
shall entitle the owner only to his interest in the association at a price and upon
terms to be mutually agreed upon, and in default of such agreement the price and terms
shall be fixed by an appraiser appointed by the Superior Court subject to the approval
of the court.
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