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Old 10-17-2016, 09:51 PM   #1
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I'm aware and somewhat grown use to the language used in law and our legal system. Legal jargon that is misleading, example;
Legal Definition of Person: Legal person*refers to a non-human entity that is treated as a*person*for limited*legal*purposes--corporations.

I know it's foolish to assume or think its implied that the IRS and our government would share the same definition and/or logic with their use of words. I assume that they agree that full disclosure in contracts verbally needs to be explicit knowing the alternatime definition's generally used by the majority to be valid/enforced. My question: what if i a man/ individual logs on to irs.com with his ssn, and one of the questions asked was, if the "person" was deceased and answered yes? Person legally meaning Corporation can be understood to originally mean dead body. tacit knowledge.
What happens or what should one expect?

Any comments,advice(NOT TO BE TAKIN AS LEGAL ADVICE)or thoughts would be awesome.
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