David Duarte sued Daniel Rojas alleging that he and Rojas verbally formed a partnership. Rojas contends that the evidence was legally insufficient to support the jury's finding of a partnership and award of damages. There is ample evidence in the record that Duarte shared profits and control over some aspects of the business, the two factors that the statutory comments to the Texas Revised Partnership Act state that will probably continue to be the most important factors in determining whether a partnership exists. The trial court's judgment is affirmed in part and reversed and remanded. El Paso Court of Appeals, No. 08-11-00072-CV, 11-30-2012.
Rojas v. Duarte
Tex. App. Dist. 8
December 4, 2012
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