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Explanation: The phrase stays as is in English. It means that the contract is made strictly with the person in question who cannot assign the obligations imposed by the contract to anyone else. For example, if you contract with an artist to paint your portrait, you don't want the artist to subcontract the work to someone else. The contract is made intuitu personae. It is personal. Termium gives the following explanation, turning the intuitu personae character in favour of the person who has obliged himself:
English:Contracts (Common Law)
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OBS - Personal contracts. The benefit of a contract cannot be assigned if it is clear that the debtor is only willing to perform in favour of one particular creditor, and if it would be unjust to force him to perform in favour of another. In such cases it is sometimes said that the "personal" nature of the contract prevents assignment s