Body Incorporated Through Agreement

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Definition

Body Incorporated Through Agreement. A body with legal personhood, incorporated through some agreement among the principals, and without equity or guarantee instruments which would isolate the principals from liability.


Issues and Challenges

An LLP (in the UK) is an example of this, and is also a partnership. There, the LLP Document is the legal document which effectively constitutes the Partnership.

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