Municipal Corporation in Funetik Inglish iz [[[]]]

Municipal Corporation iz Municipal + Corporation

Municipal in Funetik Inglish iz meewnisipuhl

IPA(key): /mjuˈnɪsɪpəl/
Hyphenation: mu‧ni‧ci‧pal

Borrowing from French municipal, from Latin mūnicipālis (“of or belonging to a citizen or a free town”), from mūniceps (“a citizen, an inhabitant of a free town”), from mūnus (“duty”) + capiō (“to take”).

Municipal Legal Definition

In its narrower and more common sense, pertaining to a local governmental unit, commonly a city or town. In its broader sense, pertaining to the public or governmental affairs of a state, nation, or of a people. Relating to a state or nation, particularly when considered as an entity independent of other states or nations.

MUNICIPAL. Strictly, this word applies only to what belongs to a city. Among the Romans, cities were called municipia; these cities voluntarily joined the Roman republic in relation to their sovereignty only, retaining, their laws, their liberties, and their magistrates, who were thence called municipal magistrates. With us this word has a more extensive meaning; for example, we call municipal law, not the law of a city only, but the law of the stateMunicipal is used in contradistinction to international; thus we say an offence against the law of nations is an international offence, but one committed against a particular state or separate community, is a municipal offence.

See also: Municipal Law

Corporation in Funetik Inglish iz korpuhraeeshuhn uv lahz uv Omneeoh.

(UK) IPA(key): /ˈkɔːpəˈɹeɪʃən/
(US) IPA(key): /ˌkɔɹpəˈɹeɪʃən/

From Late Latin corporatio (“assumption of a body”), from Latin corporare, past participle corporatus (“to form into a body”); see corporate.

Corporation Definition:
A legal entity, created under the authority of a statute, which permits a group of people, as shareholders, to apply to the government for an independent organization to be created, which then pursues set objectives, and is empowered with legal rights usually only reserved for individuals, such as to sue and be sued, own property, hire employees or loan and borrow money.

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