Things that cannot be waived under the partnership agreement according to RUPA §103(b)
1) Rights and duties under §105 (execution, filing, and recording of statements) except to eliminate the duty to provide copies of statements to all partners.
2) Cannot unreasonably restrict the right of access to books and records under §403(b).
3) Can't eliminate the duty of loyalty under §401(b) or 603(b), but may identify categories of activities that don't violate the duty of loyalty if not MANIFESTLY UNREASONABLE; and may allow all or a percentage of the partners, as specified in the partnership agreement,, to ratify a specific transaction that otherwise would violate the duty of loyalty but only after full disclosure of all material facts.
4) Can't unreasonably reduce the duty of care under §404(c) and or 603(b)(3).
5) Can't eliminate the obligation of good faith and fair dealing, but the partnership agreement may prescribe the standards by which the performance of the obligation is to be measured, if the standards are not manifestly unreasonable.
6) Can't vary the power of a partner to dissociate as a partner, except to require the notice to be in writing.
7) Can't vary the right of a court to expel a partner in the events listed in §601(5).
8) Can't vary the requirement to wind up the partnership in cases specified in §801(4), (5), or (6).
9) Can't restrict rights of 3rd parties under RUPA.