Ad colligendum bona

Ad colligendum bona – this term comes from Latin. In the area of Inheritance Law it details a situation where a person dies and there is no apparent executor or administrator. Then a person could be appointed with a Court order. For the limited and sole purpose of collecting, motorizing and preserving the assets of the decedent. And usually until an appropriate full-fledged administrator can be found or appointed. Their legal capacity is more like temporary managers of the assets left by the decedent.

See also “Inheritance pot”

See also “Glossary of Latin Terms”

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