- A personal action.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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actio personalis — /aekshiyow parsaneylas/ In the civil and common law, a personal action. See in personam … Black's law dictionary
Actio personalis moritur cum persona — is a Latin expression meaning a personal action dies with the person . Effect of the maximSome legal causes of action can survive the death of the claimant or plaintiff, for example actions founded in contract law. However, some actions are… … Wikipedia
actio personalis moritur cum persona — a personal action dies with the person. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 … Law dictionary
actio personalis moritur cum persona — /skshiyow parsaneylas moratar kam parsowney/ A personal right of action dies with the person. The maxim was originally applied to almost every form of action, whether arising out of contract or tort, but the common law was modified by the Statute … Black's law dictionary
Actio personalis moritur cum persona — A personal action dies with the person. 1 Am J2d, Abat & R § 51. Such principle of the common law is in modern times of little more than historical interest, since it has been abrogated by statute in most, if not all, American jurisdictions. 1 Am … Ballentine's law dictionary
Actio personalis quae oritur ex delicto moritur cum persona — A personal action which arises out of a tort dies with the person … Ballentine's law dictionary
Actio — (lat.), 1) Handlung, Bewegung; 2) (Rechtsw.), Forderung, u. Handlung, um eine Forderung im Proceßwege selbständig geltend zu machen, daher das Jus actionum, nach dem System der altrömischen Juristen, mit den Obligationen, als Recht der… … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
personalis actio — /parsaneylas aeksh(iy)ow/ Civil law. A personal action; an action against the person (in personam). Old English law. A personal action. In this sense, the term was borrowed from the civil law by Bracton. The English form is used as the… … Black's law dictionary
personalis actio — (Civil law.) A personal action; an action against a person … Ballentine's law dictionary
action — ac·tion n [Latin actio legal proceeding, from agere to do, carry out, initiate legal proceedings] 1 a: a judicial proceeding for the enforcement or protection of a right, the redress or prevention of a wrong, or the punishment of a public offense … Law dictionary