Bona Fide

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good faith , honestly, without collusion or participation in wrongdoing. Real, genuine and not feigned. The phrase is often used in the context of denoting a property honestly, giving notice of the third party to the property. A bona fide value is one who takes a valuable consideration without any notice of the title of the person from whom he acquired it.

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