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person

Legally, any natural or artificial person, which would include corporations, partnerships, associations, and limited liability companies. If it is important to distinguish among the “persons” who may do something or who are prohibited from doing something, relevant contracts, leases, or statutes will usually define the term.

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Such interventions, designed to reduce exposure of susceptible persons to an infectious agent, were commonly used for infection control in previous centuries.
The Problem of Employment for Persons with Disabilities
To comply with OFAC regulations, insurers must check the identity of persons or entities having, or seeking to have, an interest in an insurance transaction to determine whether such person or entity is "listed" by OFAC.
As stated above, only gifts to trusts that are deemed skip persons are subject to current GST tax in the year given.
Employment Assessment and Case Management Services to unemployed persons in the Brampton-Halton and Mississauga areas.
The past decade has witnessed another significant advance in this literature, namely attention to the vocational behavior of lesbian, gay male, and bisexual male and female (LGB) persons.
Ten percent of all persons currently age 65 or older have been diagnosed with the disease and half of all Americans age 85 are afflicted.
To avoid the grammatical mixture of persons, Hoffman proposes that the third person be dropped and the entire blessing formula transposed into the second person: "You are holy, God; You rule the universe.
If many departments follow this practice, the cumulative impact will result in large numbers of arrested persons either without t imely and accurate criminal records or no records at all.
5] Apart from wills, they include other documents of probate proceedings, which were necessary for inventorying the wealth of deceased persons and distributing it among heirs and legatees.
Historically, older blind persons have experienced difficulty in securing training services when such individuals are not pursuing employment.

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