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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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While 57% of Americans oppose legalizing gay marriage, Americans who personally know someone who is gay or lesbian are almost evenly divided on the matter, with 49% in favor and 47% opposed.
Additionally, the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA) requires agencies to develop, document, and implement agencywide programs to provide security for their information and information systems (which include personally identifiable information and the systems on which it resides).
Even though it's not as important as us winning, I knew it would have been personally a great thing for him.
The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) requires all agencies to report security incidents involving personally identifiable information to the U.
The pre-course survey t-test comparison for the personally responsible citizen showed no statistically significant difference, t(105) = 1.
This applies to (1) loans for which the borrower is personally liable for repayment, (2) nonrecourse loans secured by assets with a readily ascertainable FMV and (3) nonrecourse loans secured by assets without a readily ascertainable FMV.
The irony, as Greenhouse suggests, is that the relatively conservative Chief Justice Burger personally selected his friend Blackmun to write the Roe opinion--probably at least in part because (personally respecting Blackmun's medical acumen) the Chief thought he could count on Blackmun's sense of judicial modesty to keep the opinion narrow.
CIC is fast-tracking existing applications of Family Class applicants under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act who have been and continue to be seriously and personally affected by the disaster and who have immediate family members in Canada.
privacy directive was passed in 1995 and governs the rules for companies that conduct business in the European Union and handle personally identifiable information.
Cousens is a holistic medical doctor and personally consumes live-food cuisine.
Sixty years later, his testimony is not only a narration of and reflection upon the genocidal atrocities he personally witnessed and experienced.