corporation sole


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corporation sole

a series of holders of a single office (e.g. the King or Queen or a bishop).
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This paper elaborates on the fundamental meaning of the Queen as a corporation sole and examines how the corporate status of the Crown undermines the logic of the Succession to the Throne Act, 2013.
501(c)(3) status, and incorporating as a corporation sole, appear to have believed that they were performing actions that would insulate them from the federal tax system.
One state, Arizona, technically permits the formation of a corporation sole for the secular purpose of administering the property of a nonprofit scientific research institution.
O'Brien, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix," a corporation sole ("the diocese"), 3 May 2003.
A corporation sole is a legitimate corporate form, available in 16 states, which may be used by bona fide religious leaders to hold property and conduct business for the benefit of a religious organization.
04-37154-elp11 ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP OF PORTLAND IN OREGON, and successors, a corporation sole, dba the ARCHDIOCESE OF PORTLAND IN OREGON, Debtor.
Hope Springs, corporation sole, as nominee, alter ego and transferee of Maire E.
Legal title to all church property was held by the corporation sole.
The European Commission on April 27 gave its stamp of approval to a deal giving Japanese car components manufacturer Denso Corporation sole control over the Italian company Magneti Marelli Manufacturing.
The bankruptcy case is referred to as In re ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP OF PORTLAND IN OREGON, and successors, a corporation sole, dba the ARCHDIOCESE OF PORTLAND IN OREGON, Debtor, Case No.
Hope Springs, corporation sole as the nominee, alter ego and transfereee of Maire E.
The European Commission has decided to clear a deal giving car component manufacturer Dana Corporation sole control over the bearing maker Glacier Vandervell Bearings Group.
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