What is a physical person

A physical person is a legal term for an individual who has already reached eighteen years of age and is capable of performing legal acts. By this designation, one differs from other legal entities such as a legal entity, that is, a firm. It is only possible for a natural person to take legal action in legal matters only if he or she suffers from a mental illness, most often mental, which makes such decision-making impossible. Legal acts may otherwise be carried out by all the underage individuals, even the sentencing of prisoners.