MISSIO IN BONA

MISSIO IN BONA

missio in bona (mis[h]-ee-oh in boh-n[schwa]). [Latin] Roman law.

1. A praetor’s grant to a creditor of individual items of the judgment debtor’s property already in the creditor’s possession.

2. A praetor’s grant to a creditor in possession of the debtor’s whole estate, as a form of execution of judgment.


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