Juristic Person definition

Juristic Person means a partnership, association, trust, body corporate, company, close corporation or other legal or juristic person;
Juristic Person means a person incorporated in terms of the Companies Act, a foreign company or another form of body corporate;

Examples of Juristic Person in a sentence

  • The Applicant represents that juristic person who is the owner of the Juristic Person Account gives consent to the Applicant to use the Juristic Person Account linked with SCB Easy Application service used by the Applicant and authorizes the Applicant to execute transactions and/or proceed any acts in relation to such Juristic Person Account via SCB Easy Application service.

  • The Applicant is able to execute transactions and/or proceed any acts in relation to the Juristic Person Account via SCB Easy Application service in accordance with the procedures and means prescribed by the Bank.

  • In such case, the wording“Applicant’s Account” specified in terms and conditions in relation to the use of such service shall mean Juristic Person Account.


More Definitions of Juristic Person

Juristic Person means a company, close corporation, trust or other legal or juristic person.
Juristic Person means a body of persons, a corporation, a partnership, or other legal entity that is recognized by law as the subject of rights and duties;
Juristic Person means a company, close corporation, trust or other legal or juristic person (excluding the body corporate of a sectional title scheme);
Juristic Person means any juristic person of whatever nature including a body corporate, association, company, close corporation, trust or partnership (whether or not having separate legal personality);
Juristic Person means (but not limited to) a company, close cooperation, body corporate, partnership or association or a trust defined in the Trust Property Act;
Juristic Person means a company, close corporation, a body corporate, partner- ship, association or trust;
Juristic Person means a firm, partnership, corporation, limited liability company or partnership, union, association, or other organization capable of suing and being sued in a court of law.