de bonis asportatis

de bo·​nis as·​por·​ta·​tis | \ ˌdāˈbōnə̇ˌsaspə(r)ˈtätə̇s \

Definition of de bonis asportatis

: an action of trespass to recover money damages from one who has taken away or damaged property without right

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History and Etymology for de bonis asportatis

Latin, of goods carried away

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“De bonis asportatis.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Oct. 2021.

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