Gaskin v. The J.S. Proctor Co., LLC, January 2008 (Diaz)(unpublished)

Claims of limited partners against general partner were derivative, not direct.  Limited partners cannot bring an individual action against a general partner in the absence of an injury to the limited partner that is "separate and distinct" to him or that arose from a breach of a "special duty" owed to the limited partner by the general partner.

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