Does a statute become invalid if it applies to a class which consists of one person?
A statute based on a reasonable classification does not become invalid merely because the class to which it applies consists of only one person. A single body or institution may form a class. Legislation specifically directed to a named person or body would be valid if, on account of some special circumstances, or reasons applicable to that person, and not applicable to others, the single person could be treated as a class by himself.
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