non-constitutional corporations

Non-constitutional corporations refer to businesses that are not incorporated entities under the constitution. These typically include sole traders, partnerships and other unincorporated organisations.

Non-constitutional corporations are business structures that don’t fit the legal definition of a corporation under the Australian Constitution. They include sole traders, who run their business as an individual, and partnerships, where the business is managed by two or more people together. Unlike incorporated companies, these businesses are not considered separate legal entities from their owners, affecting their legal and financial responsibilities.

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