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de bonis non administratis

[ dih boh-nis non ad-min-uh-strey-tis, dee, dey ]
/ dɪ ˈboʊ nɪs nɒn ædˌmɪn əˈstreɪ tɪs, di, deɪ /
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adjective Law.
of the part of the estate of a deceased person that has not been administered: administration de bonis non administratis;administrator de bonis non administratis
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Also de bo·nis non [dih boh-nis non, dee, dey] /dɪ ˈboʊ nɪs ˈnɒn, di, deɪ/ .

Origin of de bonis non administratis

From Latin dē bonīs nōn administrātīs

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