Legal person

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(Law) an individual or group that is allowed by law to take legal action, as plaintiff or defendent. It may include natural persons as well as fictitious persons (such as corporations).
- Blackstone.

See also: Person

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is not permitted for a natural or juristic person to utilise or make use of any touristic site without a licence from the Ministry of Tourism.
As far as disposal of Gaddani Land is concerned, federal government is a juristic person not a ministry or Division and property shall be in name of federal government and with its approval may vest in a division or ministry.
Before the case was adjourned, counsel to BCO, Barr Abdulrazaq Ahmed, told the court that the defendants' lawyer served him in court with statement of defence, counterclaim seeking N200 billion and motion to strike out BCO from the suit on the ground that the president's support group is not a juristic person as it is not registered with the CAC.
"This distinction is to differentiate between listing the juristic person of the bank, which was not the case, versus listing the natural person.
When a juristic person is in this position, the term landlord is used.
Ancient Rome authorized the existence of legal persons/entities called juristic persons. A Roman juristic person was an organization that possessed rights and duties.
(3) When applying a provision of the Bill of Rights to a natural or juristic person in terms of subsection (2), a court
For a juristic person, the first-offence fine is 3000 to 30 000 leva, both sums doubling for a second offence.
The notice sent to Khan by the IT department said: "The company is an artificial juristic person devoid of any natural senses such as love and affection.
'As per faith and belief of the Hindus', the Allahabad High Court special bench declared that 'the disputed site is the birthplace of Lord Ram' and that 'the place of birth is a juristic person and is a deity' as mentioned in the Ramayana epic.
According to the Bank's website: "The Bank is a juristic person in terms of its own Act.