Latin. Concerning things omitted or undervalued. To things omitted or undervalued. Every executor confirmed before the Commissary is bound to give up an inventory of the whole moveable estate of the deceased to whom he has been confirmed executor; but in the event of his afterwards discovering that he has omitted to give up part of the estate, or has undervalued that which has been given up, he may rectify this by expeding an eik to the inventory; or, failing his thus rectifying the inventory, anyone having an interest may apply to have the executor compelled to do so, or to have himself confirmed executor to the things omitted or undervalued. Should the executor die before the executry has been administered, the next of kin after the deceased executor may obtain confirmation quoad non, executa, i.e., in reference to those parts of the estate not administered, or those duties of executor not performed.