Dan and Lori Cole operated a Curves franchise exercise facility in Angola, Indiana, as a partnership. The firm leased commercial space from Flying Cat, LLC, for a renewable three-year term and renewed the lease for a second three- year term. But two years after the renewal, the Coles divorced. By the end of the second term, Flying Cat was owed more than $ 21,000 on the lease. Without telling the landlord about the divorce, Lori signed another extension. More rent went unpaid. Flying Cat obtained a judgment in an Indiana state court against the partnership for almost $ 50,000. Can Dan be held liable? Why or why not?

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