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Nature of Tata Sons' partnership lies at the heart of Tata-Mistry drama

Ratan Tata does not think Tata Sons is 'quasi-partnership'; Cyrus Mistry does. The SC will have to sort out the vexed issue

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Tata Sons | Ratan Tata | Cyrus Mistry

Sudipto Dey 



IMAGING: AJAY MOHANTY
Imaging: Ajay Mohanty

The crux of the three-year-old boardroom ouster drama seems to now rest on the answer to the question whether Tata Sons, the conglomerate’s holding company, is a “quasi-partnership” between the Tata and Mistry families.

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First Published: Sun, January 05 2020. 16:04 IST

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