meaning of ARTIFICIAL PERSONS

ARTIFICIAL PERSONS meaning in Law Dictionary

people created and developed by personal rules the functions of culture and federal government, as distinguished from normal people. Corporations tend to be examples of artificial people. 1 HI. Comm. 123. Chapman v. Brewer, 43 Neb. 800, 02 N. W. 320, 47 Am. St. Rep. 770 ; Smith v. Trust Co., 4 Ala. 508.