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an automaton that resembles a human being

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Following the analysis conducted by courts in applying the artificial person theory of corporate personhood, both Conestoga Wood and Hobby Lobby would not be able to possess a religion protected under the RFRA or Free Exercise Clause.
The Supreme Court, by the decision of 5 March 2003, San Luis case, admitted the amparo action initiated by the federate state San Luis, an artificial person under public law, and ordered the Central Bank of the Argentinean Nation "to reimburse to the Province of San Luis the amounts of North American dollars deposited, or its equivalent in pesos at the value on the day of payments, according to the rate of selling of the free market of exchange" (Lazzarini, 1987: 238-240).
Although corporations are not natural-born, living, and breathing persons--which no one is suggesting that they are --they are artificial persons under the law.
The communication model needs to encapsulate the artificial person that is the classroom, and the artificial person that is the real-world content provider, in such a way as to allow these to unfold into the various natural people who are participating.
It has been held that when the word person is used in a legislative act, natural persons will be intended unless something appear in the context to show that it applies to artificial persons (citations to court cases omitted).
101 The Amazons, a collection of natural persons, unite to form a civil or artificial person.
02(1) should be clarified to specify the instances in which a transfer of real property to an artificial person, whether a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other entity, is or is not subject to documentary stamp taxes.
They created an artificial person or "robot" to ensure strangers did not get access.
Elizabeth Wolgast, Ethics of an Artificial Person, 1992).
According to the legend of Faust, Faust created an artificial person through powers granted by the Devil.
An artificial person is, in contrast, one whose words or actions are considered to be another's.
The simplest form of an artificial person appears in highly synthesized 'automatic' or hypnotic phenomena, e.
If the sponsor is artificial person, its head office in the country or any branch office.
Qatar Commercial Companies Law - No 11 of 2015: In legal sense, a company is an association of both natural and artificial persons under the existing law of country for carrying on a commercial or industrial enterprise.
The new income tax in an interim one for three years starting from the current FY and amounting to 5 percent; it is applicable on any normal or artificial persons whose annual income exceeds EGP one million (some USD 140,214).