Definition of Backbonds
1. Noun. (plural of backbond) ¹
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Definition of Backbonds
1. backbond [n] - See also: backbond
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Literary usage of Backbonds
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1. The Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session, in Most Cases of by Scotland Court of Session, Alexander Bruce, Faculty of Advocates (Scotland), Scotland, Court of Session (1720)
"... Dif- « charges, Tnd backbonds by theft who have Right to the Appr.fing " are effectual if thereupon the Matter be made litigious before expiring «of the ..."
2. Dirletons̓ Doubts and Questions in the Law of Scotland, Resolved and Answered by Sir James Stewart, John Nisbet (1762)
"THE Exchequer having granted Gifts, VG of Recognition, or others ; but upon backbonds in Favours of Creditors and of the Wife and Children : So that they ..."
3. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, James Ivory (1824)
"... and consequently lies open tp all the objections which may be pleaded against the cèdent, hi practice, backbonds or other personal declarations, ..."
4. Decisions of the Court of Session: From 1681 to 1691 by Roger Hog of Harcarse, Scotland Court of Session (1757)
"... the aü might be eluded by backbonds requiring no ... Replied : The inconveniency of backbonds might indeed be ..."
5. A Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant: With an Appendix Containing by Robert Hunter, W.(editor) Guthrie (1876)
"... with relation to an assignee who acquired the lease after transmission through several previous possessors.1 backbonds or similar obligations granted by ..."
6. Visualizing Chemistry: The Progress and Promise of Advanced Chemical Imaging by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"Clearly depicted in these results are the orbitals associated with surface atoms, rest atoms, and backbonds. Such studies have continued and been greatly ..."
7. The Scots Revised Reports: Morison's Dictionary, 1 to 9424 (1908)
"... backbonds, and declarations of trust, occurring between him and the persons ie employed in transactions respecting the estate of Crawfurd. ..."