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Volume No. :   4

Issue No. :  2

Year :  2013

ISSN Print :  2321-5828

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Corporate Personality: An Analysis under Companies Act, 1956



Address:   Khushal Suryawnshi
3rd Year Student, Hidyatullah National Law University, Raipur(C.G)
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ABSTRACT:
Corporate Personality is the creation of law. Legal personality of corporation is recognized both in English and Indian law. A corporation is an artificial person enjoying in law capacity to have rights and duties and holding property.1 A corporation is distinguished by reference to different kinds of things which the law selects for personification. The individuals forming the corpus of corporation are called its members. The juristic personality of corporations pre-supposes the existence of three conditions :2 (1) There must be a group or body of human beings associated for a certain purpose. (2) There must be organs through which the corporation functions, and (3) The corporation is attributed will by legal fiction. A corporation is distinct from its individual members3. It has the legal personality of its own and it can sue and can be sued in its own name. It does not come to end with the death of its individual members and therefore, has a perpetual existence. However, unlike natural persons, a corporation can act only through its agents. Law provides procedure for winding up of a corporate body4. Besides, corporations the banks, railways, universities, colleges, church, temple, hospitals etc. are also conferred legal personality. Union of India and States are also recognized as legal or juristic persons5. In certain cases, the corpus of the legal person shall be some fund or estate which reserved certain special uses. For instance, a trust – estate or the estate of an insolvent, a charitable fund etc.; are included within the term ‘legal personality’
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Corporate Personality: An Analysis under Companies Act, 1956
Cite:
Khushal Suryawnshi. Corporate Personality: An Analysis under Companies Act, 1956. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 4(2): April-June, 2013, 140-144.
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