Of his own goods. When an executor or administrator has been guilty of a devastavit, he is responsible for the loss which the estate has sustained, de bonis propriis. He may also subject himself to the payment of a debt of the deceased, de bonis propriis, by his false plea, when sued in a representative as, if he plead plene administravit, and it be found against him, or a release to himself, when false. In this latter case the judgment is de bonis testatoris si, et si non de bonis propriis. The technical name of a judgment against an administrator or executor to be satisfied from his own property, and not from the estate of the deceased, as in casea where he has been guilty of a devustavit at of a false plea of plene administravit.