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Ultra Vires

By IncNow | Published October 19, 2013

A legal term for actions that are beyond the powers of the entity that took them, such as an invalid corporate act. This is not a common form of claim because corporate charters are often worded to encompass any purpose authorized by law. Therefore it is difficult to argue the action of a manager was outside the scope of the powers of the entity.

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