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AD OMISSA VEL MALE APPRETIATA

ad       omissa       vel       male       appretiata       (ad       oh-mis-<<schwa>>       vel       mal-ee

<<schwa>>-pree-shee-ay-t<<schwa>>).  [Law  Latin]  Scots  law.  Concerning  things  omitted  or

undervalued.  •  The  phrase  appeared  in  reference  to  an  executor’s  duty  to  include  in  an  estate’s

inventory previously omitted items or to reevaluate undervalued items in the estate’s inventory. [Blacks Law 8th]