Definition of Feoffer

1. one that grants a fief to another [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feoffer

fenurons
fenvalerate
fenya
feod
feodal
feodalities
feodality
feodaries
feodary
feodatory
feods
feoff
feoffed
feoffee
feoffees
feoffer (current term)
feoffers
feoffing
feoffment
feoffments
feoffor
feoffors
feoffs
feorm-fultum
feormfultum
feprazone
fer
fer-de-lance
fer-de-lances
feracious

Literary usage of Feoffer

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1. Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books by William Blackstone (1876)
"ut if it be of a house, the feoffer must take the ring or latch of the door, the house being quite empty, and deliver it to the ..."

2. Selections from the Household Books of the Lord William Howard of Naworth by William Howard, George Ornsby (1878)
"Vide the feoffment made to Mowse, and the Lease made to Bointon, by which lease the feoffer did charge the land with a rent-charge of 26s. ..."

3. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"The feoffer, lessor, or his attorney, come to the land or to the house ; and there, ... And then the feoffer, if it be of land, doth deliver to the ..."

4. The Law-French Dictionary Alphabetically Digested: Very Useful for All Young ...by F. O. by F. O. (1718)
"A Livery in Law, is when the feoffer faith to the ... doth accordingly in the life of the feoffer enter ; This is a good Feoffment, for S]gna\io pro ..."

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