juristic person


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juristic person

a body recognized by the law as being entitled to rights and duties in the same way as a natural or human person, the common example being a company.
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The Tourism Law defines a tourism project as any activity relating to tourism carried out by natural and juristic persons whether this is related to the utilisation and management of touristic areas and sites, or establishment of hotels, tourism villages and camps, or conducting touristic transportation or travel offices.
The two primary types of legal persons are a natural person and a juristic person. (4) A natural person is a human who is a freeman and may own a proprietorship.
(4) A juristic person is entitled to the rights in the Bill of Rights to the extent required by the nature of the rights and the nature of that juristic person.
Financial institutions that are required to report suspicious activities are broadly defined by the AMLA as any business or juristic person undertaking banking or nonbanking business.
"There is some case law to support the concept of 'juristic person,' when considering criminal behavior perpetrated by the corporation, but other white-collar crime experts are adamant that 'corporations do not kill people, people kill people.'"
4 of 2014 as a juristic person with a mandate to promote employment growth and productivity, thus contributing to South Africas socio-economic development and economic efficiency.
The omission also casts doubts on the competence of these proceedings against the government and whether under the above provisions, a government ministry is a juristic person," Justice Mativo said.
Not only that, the court also held 'that the place of birth that is Ram Janambhoomi is a juristic person. The deity also attained the divinity like Agni, Vayu, Kedarnath.
The Court stated that section 8(4) "recognizes that the nature of a juristic person may be taken into account in determining whether a particular right is available to such a person or not," which means there is room for challengers to argue in the future, in the context of specific disputes, that particular corporate rights should be subordinated to real persons' rights.
19 of 2017 (" The Passenger Transportation Law") which prohibits any natural or juristic person to provide services relating to the transportation of passengers without being registered and licensed with the Land Transport Regulatory Commission ("Commission").
Most importantly, it will provide for the establishment of iNeSI as a juristic person, its objects and functions, appointment of the board members and their composition, Mr Mahlangu said.