Latin Legal Terms

De bonis non administratis

De bonis non administratis – in the legal practice this Latin term is used in the area of Property Law in some legal systems. There it refers to the valuable assets from the inheritance pot, that have been left after the death of the estate administrator. These assets may be subject of the splitting among the living heirs.

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