- /ataech(iy)ament3 bownoram/ A distress formerly taken upon goods and chattels, by the legal attachiators or bailiffs, as security to answer an action for personal estate or debt
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
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Attachiamenta bonorum — Attachiamenta bonorum, in ancient law books, denotes an attachment of chattels to recover a personal debt or estate.References*1728 [http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/cgi bin/HistSciTech/HistSciTech idx?type=turn entity=HistSciTech000900240210… … Wikipedia
attachiamenta bonorum — An old form of attachment of chattels to recover a personal debt … Ballentine's law dictionary