ABSTRACT. The construction of the legal person relies on the notion of a separate, autonomous and rational being who approximates a man capable of employing rights aggressively and assertively and in ways that follow rules. A lack of legal character on the part of the fundamental substantive norms of a legal system entails a lack of legal character on the part of all norms typical of the system.



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