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MONTANA RULES AND CIVIL PROCEDURE

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Rule 4. Persons Subject to Jurisdiction – Process – Service

A. Definition of Person. As used in this rule, the word “person,” whether or not a citizen or resident of this state and whether or not organized under the laws of this state, includes an individual whether operating in the individual’s own name or under a trade name; an individual’s agent or personal representative; a corporation; a limited liability company; a business trust; an estate; a trust; a partnership; an unincorporated association; and any two or more persons having a joint or common interest or any other legal or commercial entity. Continue reading