de bene esse

Definition of "de bene esse"
  1. Liable to be invalidated or set aside in the future
How to use "de bene esse" in a sentence
  1. The testimony was taken de bene esse, pending possible objections in the future.
  2. Under certain conditions, depositions can be recorded de bene esse for possible later use in trial.
  3. The judge allowed the evidence de bene esse, pending further review.

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