legal status

Legal Status

The process of ‘incorporation’ confers a separate legal status on a group, which means the liability of the individuals is limited and the group can commit legal undertakings, such as entering into contracts.

The process of ‘incorporation’ confers a separate legal status on a group, which means the liability of the individuals is limited and the group can commit legal undertakings, such as entering into contracts.

Irish law gives adults ‘legal status’; it recognises individuals in the legal system and offers them a certain amount of legal protection.

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