Latin Legal Terms

Ad colligendum bona

Ad colligendum bona – In the area of Inheritance Law this Latin phrase details a situation where a person dies and there is no apparent executor or administrator – then a person could be appointed by Court order and for the limited and sole purpose of collecting, inventorizing and preserving the assets of the decedent until an appropriate full-fledged administrator can be found or appointed. Their legal capacity is more like a temporary manager of the assets left by the decedent.

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