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I found this note with the k1 papers Dear unit holder:
Non-eligible holders include, but not limited to, mutual funds and most Roth IRAs.
If you are not an eligible holder you will not be entitled to receive distributions or allocations of income or loss on your common units and your common units will be subject to redemption.


like wow can they do that? do any other LP's have that?
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