Per Se


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Per Se

Latin for "in itself." Describing an act with inherent qualities. For example, in criminal law, an act may be illegal per se; in torts, an act may be negligent per se.
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7701-2(b)(8) should be revised to provide an exclusion from per se corporate status for an Indian public limited company that is deemed to be a public company solely by virtue of section 43A of the Companies Act.
7701-2(d) provides a special exception from per se corporate status for certain foreign business entities that were in existence on the date the proposed regulations were issued.
The first of my comments relates to the special exception from Per Se status for certain foreign entities in existence on May 8 that claimed partnership sttus for all prior periods of such existence.