Distinguish a “corporation” from “unincorporated association”

With reference to the law of persons, distinguish a “corporation” from “unincorporated association”

Distinguish a “corporation” from “unincorporated association”

Corporation: Is an artificial person created with by law with capital divided into transferable shares and with limited or unlimited liability possessing a common seal and perpetual succession while Incorporated Association Is one which has no corporate status i.e. it has no legal personality and cannot, therefore, own property or enter into contracts, sue or be sued in its own name


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