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It is improper for two or more private practitioners who share office expenses but are not in fact partners to hold themselves out as a partnership. This precludes them from adopting a partnership name, such as "Smith, Jones & Brown" and from using such name on the door of the law office, on letterheads, in the yellow pages of the telephone directory, in answering the telephone, or in any other manner.

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