delectus personae


delectus personae
\\-pə(r)ˈsō(ˌ)nē, -ˌnī\ noun
Etymology: Latin, choice of person
: the selection of a person satisfactory to oneself for a position involving trust and confidence in the other's character, capacities, or responsibility — used in the phrase right of delectus personae

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  • delectus personae — de·lec·tus per·son·ae /di lek təs pər sō nē, dā lek tu̇s per sō nī/ n [Latin, choice of person]: the selection of a person satisfactory to oneself for a position (as of partner) involving trust and confidence in the other s character, capacities …   Law dictionary

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