plene administravit


plene administravit
A plea of an executor or administrator, in an action against him on a debt of his decedent, setting forth the fact that he has fully administered the estate. Wilkins v Gibson, 113 Ga 31, 38 SE 374.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • plene administravit — ˈplēnēədˌminəˈstrāvə̇t Etymology: Latin : he has fully administered used at law referring to a plea in bar by an executor or administrator when sued by a creditor, heir, or legatee …   Useful english dictionary

  • plene administravit — /pliyniy adminastreyvat/ A plea by an executor or administrator that he has fully administered all the assets that have come to his hands, and that no assets remain out of which the plaintiffs claim could be satisfied …   Black's law dictionary

  • plene administravit praeter — /pliyniy adminastreyvat priytar/ A plea by an executor or administrator that he has fully administered all the assets that have come to his hands, except assets to a certain amount, which are not sufficient to satisfy the plaintiff …   Black's law dictionary

  • plene administravit praeter — A plea of an executor or administrator in an action against him on a debt of his decedent, alleging that he has fully administered the estate, excepting as to assets which are insufficient to meet the plaintiff s claim …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • de bonis propriis — /diy bownas prowpriyas/ Of his own goods. The technical name of a judgment against an administrator or executor to be satisfied from his own property, and not from the estate of the deceased, as in cases where he has been guilty of a devastavit… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fully administered — The English equivalent of the Latin phrase plene administravit ; being a plea by an executor or administrator that he has completely and legally disposed of all the assets of the estate, and has nothing left out of which a new claim could be… …   Black's law dictionary

  • de bonis propriis — /diy bownas prowpriyas/ Of his own goods. The technical name of a judgment against an administrator or executor to be satisfied from his own property, and not from the estate of the deceased, as in cases where he has been guilty of a devastavit… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fully administered — The English equivalent of the Latin phrase plene administravit ; being a plea by an executor or administrator that he has completely and legally disposed of all the assets of the estate, and has nothing left out of which a new claim could be… …   Black's law dictionary

  • administration of estate — The management by a fiduciary, such as an executor, administrator, receiver, trustee, guardian, etc. of the estate which comes into his custody and possession by virtue of his office, including, as the fiduciary may be authorized by law, the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • administrator of decedent's estate — A person appointed by the probate court, in accordance with the governing statutes, to administer and settle intestate estates and such testate estates as have no competent executor designated by the testator. 31 Am J2d Ex & Ad § 1. Although the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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