Definition of Enfeoffments

1. enfeoffment [n] - See also: enfeoffment



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfeoffments

enfeebled
enfeeblement
enfeeblements
enfeebler
enfeeblers
enfeebles
enfeebling
enfeeblished
enfelon
enfeloned
enfelons
enfeoff
enfeoffed
enfeoffing
enfeoffment
enfeoffments (current term)
enfeoffs
enfermedad mental
enfested
enfetter
enfettered
enfettering
enfetters
enfever
enfevered
enfevering
enfevers
enfierce
enfierced
enfierces

Literary usage of Enfeoffments

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Select Documents of English Constitutional History by George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens (1906)
"... by and under such yearly rents, boons and annual services as are mentioned or due by any deeds, patents, charters or enfeoffments now in being, ..."

2. The Writings of William Paterson ... Founder of the Bank of England: With by William Paterson (1858)
"... deeds, or enfeoffments, and other rights thereof, or of any clauses or conditions therein contained other than is before declared and ordained; ..."

3. Lower Canada Reports =: Décisions Des Tribunaux Du Bas-Canada by Simon Lelièvre (1853)
"... sales, enfeoffments, alienations, gifts, " exchanges, disposals, descents, devises, inheritance, right " of dower, or other alienation or conveyance, ..."

4. The Lower Canada Jurist: Collection de Décisions Du Bas Canada by Strachan Bethune, John Sprott Archibald, William Hey, John Stuart Buchan (1858)
"... and hold the " same by and in virtue of grants, bargains, sales, enfeoffments, alienations, gifte, ex- " changes, disposals, descente, devises, ..."

5. A History of Edinburgh from the Earliest Period to the Completion of the by John Anderson, of Edinburgh John Anderson (1856)
"And likewise all and singular the mortifications, rights of patronage, enfeoffments, donations and dispositions, made and granted by us and our predecessors ..."

6. The Writings of William Paterson ...: Founder of the Bank of England, and of by William Paterson (1859)
"... deeds, or enfeoffments, and other rights thereof, or of any clauses or conditions therein contained other than is before declared and ordained; ..."

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