Content Contains issues that may form the basis of a jurisdictional issue See Fair Work Act s.789FD(3) Meaning of person A person can be defined as a separate legal entity, recognised by the law as having rights and obligations. There are two categories of person: a natural person (a human being), and an artificial person (an entity to which the law attributes a legal personality – such as a company registered under Corporations law). Constitutionally-covered business If a person conducts a business or undertaking (PCBU) (within the meaning of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (Cth)) and either: the person is: a constitutional corporation the Commonwealth a Commonwealth authority a body corporate incorporated in a Territory, the business or undertaking is conducted principally in a Territory or Commonwealth place; then the business or undertaking is a constitutionally-covered business. In order to eligible to make an application for an order to stop bullying, the worker must be: ‘at work’ in a business or undertaking conducted by a person who is: a constitutional corporation the Commonwealth a Commonwealth authority a body corporate incorporated in a Territory, or ‘at work’ in a business or undertaking conducted principally in a Territory or Commonwealth place. Related information What is a person conducting a business or undertaking? What is a Territory or a Commonwealth place? What is a constitutional corporation? What is the Commonwealth? What is a Commonwealth authority? What is a body corporate incorporated in a Territory? References Content  Butterworths Australian Legal Dictionary, 1997, at p. 870.