Actio Personalis Moritur Cum Persona

by | Sep 7, 2023

Actio Personalis Moritur Cum Persona – It means that the personal right of action dies with the death of the person.

  • Actio :- action
  • Personalis :- personal
  • Moritur :- die
  • Persona :- person

Example :- In January, A agrees and signs a contract to perform a dance show at the wedding of B which will take place in the month of August. A met with an accident in July and could not make it to the wedding. This way, B cannot execute an action against A or their legal representatives for the breached contract.

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