Definition of Freeholds

1. Noun. (plural of freehold) ¹



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Definition of Freeholds

1. freehold [n] - See also: freehold

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freeholds

freefalls
freefell
freeform
freegan
freeganism
freegans
freehand
freehanded
freehandedly
freehandedness
freehearted
freeheartedly
freehold
freeholder
freeholders
freeholds (current term)
freehood
freeing
freekick
freekicks
freelage
freelance
freelance(a)
freelanced
freelancer
freelancers
freelances
freelancing
freeledge
freeload

Literary usage of Freeholds

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1. The Modern Law of Real Property: With an Introduction for the Student, and by Louis Arthur Goodeve (1885)
"But where it is desired that leaseholds and chattels (as plate, furniture, or pictures to be held as heirlooms), should be settled as freeholds in ' strict ..."

2. Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing: With Dissertations on Its Law and by Frederick Prideaux, John Whitcombe (1889)
"PARTITION of freeholds and ... in the HOLDS PARTITION OP freeholds, ... A part of the ' freeholds and ..."

3. A Concise Treatise on the Construction of Wills by Francis Vaughan Hawkins, John Sword, Frederick Moore Leonard (1885)
"'211, Lord Hardwicke held, that if a testator having freeholds and leaseholds in A., devised all his lands in A. by a will, attested by two witnesses only, ..."

4. A Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing: Comprising the Forms Required in by Thomas Key (1883)
"Recite mortgage in fee to B. and C. of freeholds, p. 320, omitting the covenant for ... 325; Mortgage to D. of freeholds (subject to the prior mortgage), ..."

5. Popular Law Library, Putney by Albert Hutchinson Putney (1908)
"Estates as to their quantity are first divided into freeholds and less than ... freeholds are subdivided into estates of inheritance and freeholds less than ..."

6. Key and Elphinstone's Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing by Howard Warburton Elphinstone, Thomas Key, William Hew Coltman (1897)
"... free from all rt or equity of freeholds redmon, & from all claims ... unless (in the case of freeholds) a power of appointment over the use was limited ..."

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