The Court determined five issues: (1) Whether the partnership-by-estoppel statute may impose liability when there is representation of a joint venture rather than a partnership; (2) Whether consent may be manifested expressly or may be fairly implied from conduct; (3) Whether the phrase “given credit” is limited to the extension of financial credit; (4) Whether the reliance on the representation of a partnership or joint venture must be reasonable; and (5) Whether the statute may impose liability in claims that do not sound in contract.
Bernstein, Kelsey, "Summary of In Re Cay Clubs, 130 Nev. Adv. Op. 14" (2014). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 12.