LOCALIZATION DOCTRINE

LOCALIZATION DOCTRINE

localization doctrine. The doctrine that a foreign corporation, by doing sufficient business in a state, will subject itself to that state’s laws. [Cases: Corporations 638. C.J.S. Corporations ¡ì¡ì 893¨C896.]
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