A Corporation can be a Person, but a Person cannot be a Corporation

OPCA theorists contend that a “natural person” is a unregistered “living man” whereas a birth certificate creates a juristic, artificial or fictitious person, or “corporation”. Legal persons (Latin. persona juris) are of TWO kinds: (1) NATURAL PERSON (an individual person, or human being) (2) JURIDICAL PERSON, also called juristic, artificial or fictitious persons, (Latin persona ficta) who are groups of individuals, (such as corporations) which are treated by law as if they were persons, being capable of certain rights and … Continue reading A Corporation can be a Person, but a Person cannot be a Corporation
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