de bene esse

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[Latin: of well-being]

Denoting a course of action that is the best that can be done in the present circumstances or in anticipation of a future event. An example is obtaining a deposition from a witness when there is a likelihood that he will be unable to attend the court hearing.

Subjects: Law.

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