Plene Administravit Law and Legal Definition
Plene administravit is a Latin term. It means ‘he has fully administered.’ It is a defensive plea entered by an executor or administrator by which s/he affirms that no assets remain in the estate in order to satisfy the plaintiff’s demand. Such pleas are made in an action against the executor, on a debt of his/her decedent. The plea sets forth the fact that the executor/administrator has fully administered the estate.