August 12, 2015 - In Simple Language

The legal person is known in Canadian law as a corporation:

"Persons are of two classes only—natural persons and legapersons...The only legal person known to our form of law is the corporation - the body politic." Hague v. The Cancer Relief & Research Institute [1939] 4 D.L.R.191

Every reference to a “person" in Statute law is a reference to a corporation. According to the Legislation Act, 2006

“person” includes a corporation;

CORPORATION. An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the laws of a state or nation...

A corporation is a ghost, an invisible friend.

In simple words, for example, CRA, is a ghost having an employee or a lawyer which speaks for it. This ghost claims that the legal person with a NAME similar to yours (styled in all capital letters) owes it money. It would be like asking the lawyer, “So, your invisible client told you that my invisible friend owes it some money or some action like filing a return?

I don’t know about you, but if I had an invisible friend I don’t think I’d admit that it was speaking to me...

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