juridical person of a Party definition

juridical person of a Party means a juridical person which is either:
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person of the EU Party or a juridical person of Viet Nam, set up in accordance with the domestic laws and regulations of a Member State of the Union, or of Viet Nam, respectively, and engaged in substantive business operations1 in the territory of the Union or of Viet Nam, respectively;
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person constituted or otherwise organised under the law of Colombia or of an EFTA State and engaged in substantive business operations in Colombia or in the EFTA State concerned;

Examples of juridical person of a Party in a sentence

  • Where a juridical person of a Party is owned or controlled by a national or a juridical person of any third country, the Parties may decide jointly in consultation not to extend the rights and benefits of this Part to such juridical person.

  • A “financial service supplier” means any natural or juridical person of a Party wishing to supply or supplying financial services but the term “financial service supplier” does not include a public entity.

  • A financial service supplier means any natural or juridical person of a Party wishing to supply or supplying financial services but the term “financial service supplier” does not include a public entity.

  • Branches have been established in several countries, including South Africa.

  • For further clarity, a subsidiary of a juridical person of a Party may also refer to a juridical person which is a subsidiary of another subsidiary of a juridical person of that Party.


More Definitions of juridical person of a Party

juridical person of a Party means a juridical person of the European Union or of the Republic of Kazakhstan set up in accordance with the law of a Member State of the European Union or of the Republic of Kazakhstan, respectively, and having its registered office, its central administration, or its principal place of business in the territory to which the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union applies or in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, respectively. Should the juridical person set up in accordance with the law of a Member State of the European Union or of the Republic of Kazakhstan, have only its registered office or central administration in the territory to which the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union applies or in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, respectively, it shall not be considered as a juridical person of the European Union or of the Republic of Kazakhstan, respectively, unless it engages in substantive business operations in the territory to which the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union applies or in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, respectively;
juridical person of a Party means any legal entity duly constituted or otherwise organised under a Party’s applicable law, whether for profit or otherwise, and whether privately-owned or governmentally-owned, including any corporation, trust, partnership, sole proprietorship, joint venture, or other association or organisation;
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person duly constituted or otherwise organised under the applicable law of the Party;
juridical person of a Party means any legal entity duly constituted or otherwise organised under the applicable law of a Party, whether for profit or otherwise, and whether privately-owned or governmentally-owned, and engaged in substantive business operations in the territory of that Party, including any corporation, trust, partnership, joint venture, sole proprietorship or association;
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person constituted or organised under the law of that Party;
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person constituted or otherwise organised under the law of a Party and engaged in substantive business operations in that Party;
juridical person of a Party means a juridical person constituted or organised under the law of that Party, and a 8 For greater certainty, the Parties understand that an investor “seeks to make” an investment when that investor has taken concrete action or actions to make an investment. Where a notification or approval process is required for making an investment, an investor that “seeks to make” an investment refers to an investor that has initiated such notification or approval process. 9 For greater certainty, the Parties understand that an investor “seeks to make” an investment when that investor has taken concrete action or actions to make an investment. Where a notification or approval process is required for making an investment, an investor that “seeks to make” an investment refers to an investor that has initiated such notification or approval process. 10 For greater certainty, a branch of a juridical person does not have any right to make any claim against any Party under this Agreement. 11 For greater certainty, the inclusion of a “branch” in the definition of “juridical person” is without prejudice to a Party’s ability to treat a branch under its law as an entity that has no independent legal existence and is not separately organised. 12 A branch of a legal entity of a non-Party shall not be considered as a juridical person of a Party. branch located in the territory of that Party and carrying out business activities there;13, 14, 15