Definition of dolus bonus
Roman, civil, & Scots law
: simple cunning or sagacity in bargaining or in other transactions that is not actionable or punishable as fraud or misrepresentation or ground for rescinding the transaction induced by it
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Origin and Etymology of dolus bonus
Latin, good deceit
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