Legal Definition and Related Resources of Bona Fide
Synonyms of Bona Fide
in good faith
Associated Concepts: bona fide assignment
bona fide belief
bona fide business purpose
bona fide claimant
bona fide controversy
bona fide creditors
bona fide domicile
bona fide holder
bona fide holder for value
bona fide holder in due course
bona fide labor dis ute
bona fide members
bona fide operation
bona de purchaser in good faith
bona fide sale
bona fide seller
Legal Abbreviations and Acronyms
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Bailiwick The jurisdiction of a sheriff or bailiff. 1 Bl. Comm. 344, A liberty or exclusive jurisdiction which was exempted from the sheriflf of the county, and over which the lord appointed a bailiff, with such powers within his precinct as the under sheriff exercised under the sheriflf of the county....
Ban "In Old English and Civil Law. A proclamation; a public notice; the announcement of an intended marriage. Cowell. An excommunication; a curse, publicly pronounced; proclamation of silence made by a crier in court before the meeting of champions in combat. Cowell. A statute, edict, or command; a fine......
Borough "In the old sense of the word, borough is ""an ancient towne, holden of the king or any other lord, which sendeth burgesses to the parliament."" Litt. § 164; Co. Litt. 109a. Many of these boroughs, however, having been disfranchised in moaern times, are now only boroughs to this extent,...
Bad Faith nounabjectionabjectnessabscondenceapostasyartificebase conductbetrayalbetraymentbreach of faithbroken faithbroken promisecollaborationcollusioncomplicity...