(k[schwa]-lay-shee-oh b[schwa]-nor-[schwa]m). [Latin ¡°collation of goods¡±] Civil law. The bringing into hotchpot of goods or money advanced by a parent to a child, so that the parent’s personal estate will be equally distributed among the parent’s children. Pl. collationes bonorum See HOTCHPOT.
What is the preferred translation of the term collatio bonorum by Chinese lawyers?
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