Contract – Implied term. The claimant, a member of a limited liability partnership (the LLP), was required to leave. He tried to sell his interest in the LLP, but was unable to do so. He brought proceedings, contending that the defendants, who were also members of the LLP, had breached implied terms in preventing him from properly allowing examination of the interest that he sought to sell. The Chancery Division dismissed his claim, holding that it was wholly inappropriate to imply either of the terms pleaded by him.