In 1980, Defendants William Daniels and Claudia Daniels, and other family members, formed a general partnership known as 3-D. The partnership’s sole asset was a building that had been converted from a residence into offices. A portion of the property had been rented since 1981, on a month-to-month basis, by the law practice of William Daniels (the firm’s sole member). From time to time, the property was rented on similar arrangements to others, including defendant Claudia Daniels. The partnership agreement has as its principal purpose the ownership, leasing, and sale of the only partnership asset—the building. The partnership agreement contained no provision that the property would be leased for fair market value.