Definition of "d.b.n."
  1. De bonis non administratis: phrase coming from Latin which is used when talking about goods not yet administered or possessions not yet divided or distributed during the process of estate settlement
How to use "d.b.n." in a sentence
  1. If there are assets that were not originally accounted for in a will, they will be handled under the term of d.b.n.
  2. The personal representative had to file for a d.b.n. to manage the newly discovered assets of the deceased.
  3. After finding the hidden family jewels, they were added to the d.b.n section of the estate.

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