Source: Ontario Small Claims Court - A Practical Guide (2011), p. 29 Bottom - p. 31 Top.
§3.17 By the same token, a partnership may be sued either in [1.] the firm name, [2.] in the names of all of the partners or [3.] in the names of all of the partners together with the firm name.
Isn't 3 (= 1 & 2) always the most advantageous, lucrative option for a plaintiff? Why'd a plaintiff sue in 1 orEXCLUSIVE 2 instead?
The following states #1 as resulting the same and no more advantageous than #3. But #2's more burdensome than #3, as #2 needs the additional step of making the partners personally responsible for the judgment obtained against the firm name.