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Latin. When a part of an estate is left by the death of an executor, unadministered, the administrator appointed to carry into effect the will, is called by this name. 


Abbreviated administrator d.b.n. This is a Latin phrase for a person appointed by the court to complete the administration of an estate. Usually this situation involves the winding up of an estate for assets that remain that were not handled by a prior administrator.

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