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Boni viri arbitrates

The phrase “Boni viri arbitratus” is a Latin expression that means “Thinking of a good man” or “Considering a good man.” In legal settings, it is used to describe a judge’s contemplation of what a reasonable or good person would do in a specific situation while making a decision or judgment. This phrase is frequently used to determine what would be just and fair in a given case.

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