Definition of Enfeoffs

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enfeoff) ¹



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Definition of Enfeoffs

1. enfeoff [v] - See also: enfeoff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfeoffs

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

Literary usage of Enfeoffs

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1. Antiquities of Shropshire by Robert William Eyton (1859)
"... The same Alianore enfeoffs Robert fitz Roger (read Reginald) in two half-aeres, for one merk paid down, and at a rent of 1d. Dionisia and William Dod ..."

2. Antiquities of Shropshire by Robert William Eyton (1859)
"... John Clerk of Cherl- ton.2 The same Alianore enfeoffs Robert fitz Roger (read Reginald) in two half-acres, for one merk paid down, and at a rent of ..."

3. A Digest of the Laws of England by Anthony Hammond, John Comyns (1826)
"So, if A. tenant in tail, enfeoffs В., ... So, if an eldest son, inheritable to the entail, enfeoffs A. against whom a ..."

4. A treatise on the law of actions relating to real property by Henry Roscoe (1825)
"... who re- enfeoffs B. (#), in which case the demandant may have his writ either in the per and cut, or in the post. (/) Title of demandant A demandant ..."

5. Introduction to the Law of Real Property. Rights in Land by Harry Augustus Bigelow (1919)
"Thus A. enfeoffs B. in fee, to sell the land in question and pay the proceeds to C., or to collect the rents and profits and pay them to C. Since in these ..."

6. A New Abridgment of the Law with Large Additions and Corrections by Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwilliam, Charles Edward Dodd, John Bouvier (1846)
"So if one enfeoffs two with warranty, and one of them releases the warranty ; this does not extinguish the warranty for the other moiety, but it continues ..."

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