What is PERSONALITY?

In modern civil law. The incidence of a law or statute upon persons, or that quality which makes it a personal law rather than a real law. “By the personality of laws, foreign jurists generally mean all laws which concern the condition, state, and capacity of persous.” Story, Confl. Laws,

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