DE BONIS NON AMOVENDIS
de bonis non amovendis (dee boh-nis non ay-moh-ven-dis), n. [Latin ¡°of goods not to be moved¡±] Hist. A writ directing the sheriffs of London to make sure that a defendant’s goods are not removed while the defendant’s writ of error on a judgment is pending.
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