Liability of partners.
The owners bear personal unlimited liability for the obligations of the partnership jointly and severally with the partnership. Each partner in a partnership is jointly liable for the partnership’s obligations and debts. This principle may not be changed in the relationship between the partnership and outside. The owners may change the principle of liability only in the internal relationship and, for example, limit some owners’ liability, but such a modification causes only internal implications between owners. Leaving the partnership does not realise the owner from liability for the partnership’s obligations and debts which have been incurred before owner’s leaving. Partnership liquidation does not preclude the owners’ liability, and creditors may claim for partnership’s debts against owners. The person who joined a partnership shall be liable for the partnership’s obligations and debts incurred prior to the joining.