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bona fide
Latin term, meaning “in good faith, without intention to deceit.” A bona fide prenuptial agreement is the one that both parties entered voluntarily, without intention do deprive either bride or groom, and properly acknowledged. Implies sincere good intention regardless of outcome. … Full Definition »
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bona fide
Latin term, meaning “in good faith, without intention to deceit.” A bona fide prenuptial agreement is the one that both parties entered voluntarily, without intention do deprive either bride or groom, and properly acknowledged. Implies sincere good intention regardless of outcome. … Full Definition »
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