delectus personae

Definition of "delectus personae"
  1. The choice made to designate a trusted and reliable individual for a role, like that of a partner, based on belief in their character, abilities, or accountability
How to use "delectus personae" in a sentence
  1. The contract contained a clause of delectus personae, allowing each partner to personally select their successor.
  2. The concept of delectus personae is significant in partnership agreements, where trust and confidence in one’s abilities is essential.
  3. In his will, he exercised delectus personae in defining his son as his successor in the business.

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