A Plaintiff sues a true General Partnership entity, and names all of the other entities of which it believes are General Partners of the General Partnership. Some of the entities do not believe they are still part of the General Partnership entity and wish to be dismissed from the lawsuit by the Plaintiff. What are some of the ways that the entities that claim to no longer be involved in the General Partnership could prove to the Plaintiff that they have no interests in the General Partnership and should be dismissed from the suit? The General Partnership has no recorded filings or agreements of which would prove whom the partners are and are not.Could each of the entities that wish to be dismissed from the lawsuit provide the Plaintiff with sworn affidavits stating that they are uninvolved in the General Partnership? Could they disclose financial statements indicating that they receive no profits from the General Partnership?