All natural persons
undergo a screening conducted by the UAE Criminal Investigations Department (CID).
As previously mentioned, a natural person
is a human who possesses rights and duties.
Despite this statement of congressional intent, a couple of IRS private letter rulings issued in the mid-1990s suggested that in order to qualify for this second exception, it was necessary to establish that the trust acted as the legal agent for a natural person
under general principles of agency law (PLRs 9639057 and 9810015).
6 in which the municipality has been given the powers of a natural person
48) A $50,000 threshold applies where substantially all the tax benefits from the RT are provided to natural persons
78u-2(b)(3) -- $120,000 for a natural person
and $575,000 for any other person.
What a natural person
says or does is (or should be) the script belonging to the appropriate role.
The bill also incorporates income and net worth requirements for natural persons
found in the SEC's Rule 501(a) of Regulation D, and adds language requiring the agency to adjust these dollar thresholds for inflation every five years, based on the Consumer Price Index.
Evidencing that common usage, this Court routinely uses 'individual' to denote a natural person
, and in particular to distinguish between a natural person
and a corporation.
The purpose for which natural person
credit unions formed corporate credit unions has been fundamentally changed by the new regulation," Bonds said.
350, part 1 of the Civil code of the Republic of Lithuania, under the consumer contract of purchase-sale, the seller, who is the person engaged in trade, or his agent, obligates himself to sell a good--a movable thing--to the buyer-a natural person
for his personal, family or household needs, not related to business or profession, while the buyer obligates himself to pay the price.