SUPPLEMENTAL WINDING UP AND TERMINATION PROVISIONS
Sec. 152.701. EFFECT OF EVENT REQUIRING WINDING UP.
On the occurrence of an event requiring winding up of a partnership business under Section 11.051 or 11.057:
(1) the partnership continues until the winding up of its business is completed, at which time the partnership is terminated; and
(2) the relationship among the partners is changed as provided by this subchapter.
Sec. 152.702. PERSONS ELIGIBLE TO WIND UP PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS.
(a) After the occurrence of an event requiring a winding up of a partnership business, the partnership business may be wound up by:
(1) the partners who have not withdrawn;
(2) the legal representative of the last surviving partner; or
(3) a person appointed by the court to carry out the winding up under Subsection (b).
(b) On application of a partner, a partner's legal representative or transferee, or a withdrawn partner whose interest is not redeemed under Section 152.608, a court, for good cause, may appoint a person to carry out the winding up and may make an order, direction, or inquiry that the circumstances require.
Sec. 152.703. RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF PERSON WINDING UP PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS.
(a) To the extent appropriate for winding up, as soon as reasonably practicable, and in the name of and for and on behalf of the partnership, a person winding up a partnership's business may take the actions specified in Sections 11.052, 11.053, and 11.055.
(b) Section 11.052(a)(2) shall not be applicable to a partnership.
Sec. 152.704. BINDING EFFECT OF PARTNER'S ACTION AFTER EVENT REQUIRING WINDING UP.
After the occurrence of an event requiring winding up of the partnership business, a partnership is bound by a partner's act that:
(1) is appropriate for winding up; or
(2) would bind the partnership under Sections 152.301 and 152.302 before the occurrence of the event requiring winding up, if the other party to the transaction does not have notice that an event requiring winding up has occurred.
Sec. 152.705. PARTNER'S LIABILITY TO OTHER PARTNERS AFTER EVENT REQUIRING WINDING UP.
(a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), after the occurrence of an event requiring winding up of the partnership business, the losses with respect to which a partner must contribute under Section 152.708(a) include losses from a liability incurred under Section 152.704.
(b) A partner who incurs, with notice that an event requiring a winding up of the partnership business has occurred, a partnership liability under Section 152.704(2) by an act that is not appropriate for winding up is liable to the partnership for a loss caused to the partnership arising from that liability.
Sec. 152.706. DISPOSITION OF ASSETS.
(a) In winding up the partnership business, the property of the partnership, including any required contributions of the partners under Sections 152.707 and 152.708, shall be applied to discharge its obligations to creditors, including partners who are creditors other than in the partners' capacities as partners.
(b) A surplus shall be applied to pay in cash the net amount distributable to partners in accordance with their right to distributions under Section 152.707.
Sec. 152.707. SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.
(a) Each partner is entitled to a settlement of all partnership accounts on winding up the partnership business.
(b) In settling accounts among the partners, the partnership interest of a withdrawn partner that is redeemed under Section 152.610 is credited with a share of any profits for the period after the partner's withdrawal but is charged with a share of losses for that period only to the extent of profits credited for that period.
(c) The profits and losses that result from the liquidation of the partnership property must be credited and charged to the partners' capital accounts.
(d) The partnership shall make a distribution to a partner in an amount equal to that partner's positive balance in the partner's capital account. Except as provided by Section 152.304(b) or 152.801, a partner shall contribute to the partnership an amount equal to that partner's negative balance in the partner's capital account.
Sec. 152.708. CONTRIBUTIONS TO DISCHARGE OBLIGATIONS.
(a) Except as provided by Sections 152.304(b) and 152.801, to the extent not taken into account in settling the accounts among partners under Section 152.707:
(1) each partner shall contribute, in the proportion in which the partner shares partnership losses, the amount necessary to satisfy partnership obligations, excluding liabilities that creditors have agreed may be satisfied only with partnership property without recourse to individual partners;
(2) if a partner fails to contribute, the other partners shall contribute the additional amount necessary to satisfy the partnership obligations in the proportions in which the partners share partnership losses; and
(3) a partner or partner's legal representative may enforce or recover from the other partners, or from the estate of a deceased partner, contributions the partner or estate makes to the extent the amount contributed exceeds that partner's or the estate's share of the partnership obligations.
(b) The estate of a deceased partner is liable for the partner's obligation to contribute to the partnership.
(c) The following persons may enforce the obligation of a partner or the estate of a deceased partner to contribute to a partnership:
(1) the partnership;
(2) an assignee for the benefit of creditors of a partnership or a partner; or
(3) a person appointed by a court to represent creditors of a partnership or a partner.
Sec. 152.709. CANCELLATION OR REVOCATION OF EVENT REQUIRING WINDING UP; CONTINUATION OF PARTNERSHIP.
(a) If a partnership has a period of duration, is for a particular undertaking, or is required under its partnership agreement to wind up the partnership on occurrence of a specified event, all of the partners in the partnership may cancel under Section 11.152 an event requiring a winding up specified in Section 11.051(1) or (3), or Section 11.057(c)(1), by agreeing to continue the partnership business notwithstanding the expiration of the partnership's period of duration, the completion of the undertaking, or the occurrence of the event, as appropriate, other than the withdrawal of a partner. On reaching that agreement, the event requiring a winding up is canceled, the partnership is continued, and the partnership agreement is considered amended to provide that the expiration, the completion, or the occurrence of the event did not result in an event requiring winding up of the partnership.
(b) A continuation of the business for 90 days by the partners or those who habitually acted in the business during the partnership's period of duration or the undertaking or preceding the event, without a settlement or liquidation of the partnership business and without objection from a partner, is prima facie evidence of agreement by all partners to continue the business under Subsection (a).
(c) All of the partners of a partnership, by agreeing to continue the partnership, may cancel under Section 11.152 an event requiring winding up specified in Section 11.057(d) that arises from a request to wind up from a partner.
(d) To approve a revocation under Section 11.151 by a partnership of a voluntary decision to wind up pursuant to the express will of all the partners as specified in Section 11.057(b), prior to completion of the winding up process, all the partners must agree in writing to revoke the voluntary decision to wind up and to continue the business of the partnership.
(e) To approve a revocation under Section 11.151 by a partnership of a voluntary decision to wind up pursuant to the express will of a majority-in-interest of the partners as specified in Section 11.057(a), prior to completion of the winding up process, a majority-in-interest of the partners must agree in writing to revoke the voluntary decision to wind up and to continue the business of the partnership.
(f) All of the partners of a partnership, by agreeing to continue the partnership, may cancel under Section 11.152 an event requiring winding up specified in Section 11.057(c)(3) that arises from the sale of all or substantially all of the property of the partnership.
Sec. 152.710. REINSTATEMENT.
To approve a reinstatement of a partnership under Section 11.202, all remaining partners, or another group or percentage of partners as specified by the partnership agreement, must agree in writing to reinstate and continue the business of the partnership.