Silent partnership

the relation of partnership sustained by a person who furnishes capital only.
- Burrill.

See also: Partnership

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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These were loan agreements and silent partnership agreements and, by failing to pay the principal, it caused damage of more than 12 billion Slovak crowns to the depositors.The company promised its clients an unrealistic appreciation of their deposits of up to 58 percent, although they knew they would not be able to fulfil this appreciation.
The agreement is related to the TK partnership established on August 28, 2015, when SSJ entered into a silent partnership agreement with SPC to build and operate approximately 107 MW of solar projects in Japan.
This is a silent partnership where the bank, the Rab al Maal, agrees to give the capital to the SME owner, acting in the capacity of the Mudarib, who invests that sum to make a return, and pay the money back.
An added bonus for Putin, however, is that the Obama administration's total nonchalance means its legacy will be its silent partnership in these war crimes.
More to the point, meeting Turkey's demand would also entail scuttling the administration's silent partnership with Iran in Syria--a move that Tehran, for its part, would not take sitting down and might counter by, for instance, bringing Israel under attack.
Furthermore, Mic said it had bought a silent partnership in German medical devices producer AST GmbH.
purposes of a German typical silent partnership) and applied the approach used in that case to Swift's situation.
In 1998, Hessen made a silent partnership contribution of capital of unlimited duration.
This became a silent partnership in time, giving Bunting an income in dividends while the cousin became suitably horrified at his relation's political notoriety in white South Africa.
Iran has taken the decision to cooperate and work in a silent partnership with the US.
Culture and Redemption enters into conversation with scholars in American literary and religious history to argue that there are dangerous political implications to the silent partnership between Protestantism, writ as the sum total of religion, and secular progress narratives of American democracy.