Two brothers formed a partnership business which thrived for years until one partner withdrew. The brothers sued each other, alleging various causes of action. They asked the Superior Court to set a valuation of the business for buyout purposes. The Court of Appeal noted that both brothers wanted the court to assume a partnership can consist of one person, and that the court studied the idea of a one-partner partnership in light of the Revised Uniform Partnership Act, but no such animal exists. The court concluded that when a partnership consists of only two persons, it dissolves by operation of law when one of them departs. Corrales v. Corrales (Cal. App. Fourth Dist., Div. 3; August 10, 2011) 198 Cal.App.4th 221 [129 Cal.Rptr.3d 428].