Bonitary
Bonitary Bon"i*ta*ry, a. Beneficial, as opposed to statutory or civil; as, bonitary dominion of land. [1913 Webster]

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  • iteratio — /itsreysh(iy)ow/ Lat. Repetition. In the Roman law, a bonitary owner might liberate a slave, and the quiritary owner s repetition (iteratio) of the process effected a complete manumission …   Black's law dictionary

  • iteratio — /itsreysh(iy)ow/ Lat. Repetition. In the Roman law, a bonitary owner might liberate a slave, and the quiritary owner s repetition (iteratio) of the process effected a complete manumission …   Black's law dictionary

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