engaged in business


engaged in business
Occupied or employed in business as a sustained, progressive, and continuous activity. Lewellyn v Pittsburg, B. & L. E. R. Co. (CA3 Pa) 222 F 177. See carrying on business; doing business; doing business in state; engaging in or transacting business.

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