bonae fidei

bonae fidei
/bowniy faydiyay/
In the civil law, of good faith; in good faith

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • bonae fidei — /bowniy faydiyay/ In the civil law, of good faith; in good faith …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei — Of good faith …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Possessor bonae fidei — (lat.), gutgläubiger Besitzer; vgl. Guter Glaube und Besitz …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • actio bonae fidei — |bōnēˈfīdēˌī, ˈbōˌnīˈfideˌē noun (plural actiones bonae fidei) Etymology: Late Latin, literally, action of good faith : an action in Roman law giving great power to the trial judge to take all matters of good faith, conscience, and equity into… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bonae fidei contracts — /bowniy faydiyay kontraekts/ In civil and Scotch law, those contracts in which equity may interpose to correct inequalities, and to adjust all matters according to the plain intention of the parties …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei emptor — /bowniy faydiyay emptsr/ A purchaser in good faith. One who either was ignorant that the thing he bought belonged to another or supposed that the seller had a right to sell it …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei non congruit de apicibus juris disputare — /bowniy faydiyay nog ksggruwst diy eypissbss jurss dispyuwteriy/ It is unbecoming to (or incompatible with good faith to) discuss (insist upon) the extreme subtleties of the law. A maxim which may be more freely rendered as meaning, To insist on… …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei possessor — /bowniy faydiyay pazesar/ A possessor in good faith. One who believes that no other person has a better right to the possession than himself …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei possessor in id tantum quod sese pervenerit tenetur — /bowniy faydiyay pazesar in id tsentam kwod siysiy parvanirat taniytar/ A possessor in good faith is liable only for that which he himself has obtained (or that which has come to him) …   Black's law dictionary

  • bonae fidei contracts — /bowniy faydiyay kontraekts/ In civil and Scotch law, those contracts in which equity may interpose to correct inequalities, and to adjust all matters according to the plain intention of the parties …   Black's law dictionary

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