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juristic person


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An entity, such as a corporation, that is recognized as having legal personality, i.e. it is capable of enjoying and being subject to legal rights and duties. It is contrasted with a human being, who is referred to as a natural person. See also international legal personality.

Subjects: Law — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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