Legal entity

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Legal entity

A person or organization that can legally enter into a contract, and may therefore be sued for failure to comply with the terms of the contract.

Legal Entity

A person who can enter a contract and therefore may be sued. A legal entity can be held liable for damages. It is important to note that a legal entity need not be an individual person. A corporation or other duly constituted organization is recognized as a person and, as such, is considered a legal entity.
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Thus, while payments of interest, royalties, and service fees to related parties may be a legitimate concern in limited circumstances, a viable commercial entity should not be penalized for sourcing capital, financing, or intangible licenses from unrelated parties throughout the world.
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