Latin Legal Terms

De bonis propiis

De bonis propiis – literally this legal term means “in his own goods”. In practice, it is used in the sphere of Inheritance Law in some legal systems, where refers to a judgment allowing execution on an administrator’s individual assets instead of the assets of an intestate.

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