Lat. An attempted partnership, in which one party was to bear all the losses, and have no share in the profits. This was a void partnership in Roman law; and, apparently, it would also be void as a partnership in English law. as being inherently inconsistent with the notion of partnership. (Dig. 17, 2, 29, 2.) Brown.

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