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I am creating a application which collects every person that i have been in contact with or have worked with. So if i had an interaction with some one or some company, i want to collect details about that person / company.But the term that i am looking for describes everyone collectively that maybe a bank, a friend, a company, a customer , etc ... . I was wondering what is the actual term for calling them collectively ?

Is it Persona ? Entity ? Person ?

  • If there were such a term it would be "contact" but there isn't. – Robbie Goodwin Feb 20 '18 at 1:06
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According to wikipedia : A legal entity is a legal construct through which the law allows a group of natural persons to act as if they were a single person for certain purposes. The most common purposes are lawsuits, property ownership, and contracts.

So every company is a legal entity which can act as a single person. So the word i should use is Person.

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