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What are circumstances under which sole proprietorship may be dissolved?

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Circumstances under which sole proprietorship may be dissolved are;

  • If the owner decides to dissolve it.
  • Incase of death, insanity or bankruptcy of the owner.
  • When the intended purpose is complete.
  • When the court orders the business to dissolve.

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