Brevia amicabilia – this term comes from Latin. It is used in the Court Trilas, where refers to these orders or writs, issued by the court on the base of submitted request by one of the parties, but with the…

Breve testatum – this phrase comes from Latin. It is used to describe a witnessed document, usually an agreement. The witnessing has the role to confirm the reached agreements.

Bona notabilia – this phrase comes from Latin. In the sphere of Inheritance Law in some legal systems it refers to the inherited assets with valuable price, usually in different areas.

Bona memoria – this term comes from Latin: Literally it means “in clear mind”. In the sphere of Inheritance Law in some jurisdictions it refers to the mental capacity of the testator to leave inheritance with a will.

Bona fide possessor – this term comes from Latin. It is used in the Real Estate Law, to detail the figure of a good-faith possessor on a real estate, which belongs to other owners. The good-faith possessor is entitled to…

Bona fide – this term comes from Latin. Literally it means “in good faith. Usually it refers to a situation, where a purchaser or acquirer receives something without fraudulent actions. In addition the term “Bona fide lawyer” refers to self-employed…

Black market – this term is part of the Commercial Law in some countries. It refers to distribution of valuable goods, which are ruled by the Authorities, but trading parties find ways to sell these “under the table”, i.e. beyond…

Black hole – usually in Divorce procedures in some jurisdictions, when one of the parties suddenly dies, the other party within the divorce case is considered to find themselves in a “black hole”. In simple words, they are meeting financial…