natural person

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natural person

n. a real human being, as distinguished from a corporation which is often treated at law as a fictitious person.

natural person

a human being, as opposed to an artificial or legal person like a company.
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aThe introduction of the absolute limitation period of ten years for natural persons is an alternative solution aimed at avoiding the problem of the aeternal debtor,a GERB MPs state.
In order to be included in the list, the debt of a natural person needs to be higher than 120.
The high rate of increase is not unprecedented as deposits of natural persons increased by more than BGN 641 M in January 2014, according to Trud daily.
shares of Agora SA, 105 natural persons - as above - acquired from Agora
Nearly 74,000 natural persons have blocked bank accounts and, according to the State Statistical Office, as many as 815,000 have difficulties paying their bills or loan installments.
The person providing natural persons DMRV Danube Regional Waterworks Ltd.
Debts of Bulgarian legal and natural persons for collection by bailiffs and debt collection agencies amounted to over BGN 15 B by end-2012.
All natural persons, legal entities, traders-individuals, SMEs in FYR Macedonian villages and towns having a population up to 30,000 will be eligible for the financial support.
Costs to natural persons and the issue of whether they have to be connected to corporate credit unions were key issues at last Wednesday's NCUA town hall meeting.
The partnership has 10 or fewer partners, all of whom are natural persons (other than nonresident aliens) or estates;
This is the case without regard to whether a partnership is composed solely of natural persons or a combination of natural persons and corporations.
This Sweepstakes is open to natural persons who are, as of May 24, 2002, age 18 or older, legal residents of the 50 United States (excluding its territories, military installations and commonwealths) and the District of Columbia, or legal residents of Canada (excluding Quebec) over the age of majority in their province of residence.