bona notabilia

bona notabilia
Goods and chattels of some value, of sufficient value to require administration of the estate of a deceased owner.

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  • bona notabilia — /bowns nowtsbiliys/ Notable goods; property worthy of notice, or of sufficient value to be accounted for. 2 Bl.Comm. 509 bona notabilia 2. /bowna nowtabiliya/ Notable goods. Goods which must be accounted for in estate of decedent. Neal v. Boykin …   Black's law dictionary

  • bona notabilia — /bowns nowtsbiliys/ Notable goods; property worthy of notice, or of sufficient value to be accounted for. 2 Bl.Comm. 509 bona notabilia 2. /bowna nowtabiliya/ Notable goods. Goods which must be accounted for in estate of decedent. Neal v. Boykin …   Black's law dictionary

  • bona notabilia — |bōnəˌnōd.əˈbilēə noun plural Etymology: Latin, notable goods obsolete : the goods of a deceased person held in a diocese other than his own at the time of his death that according to older English probate law required consideration by the courts …   Useful english dictionary

  • notabilia — See bona notabilia …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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