What Is the Meaning of Corporate Entity?

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A corporate entity is an organization formed under the state governmental laws and approval. The company or the organisation has the right to act as an artificial person to carry on business, which can sue or be sued. Unless it is a non-profit organisation it has the right to issue shares in the stock market to raise funds to increase its capital.
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A corporate entity is a member or a certain corporation who either owns a part of, or helps in the running of a corporation. The shareholders, directors and officers of a company are its corporate entities. In other sources, a corporate entity is defined as a company that has all the characteristics of a corporation in terms of ownership, tax, business plans, etc.
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