Definition of Raiseable
1. Adjective. Capable of being raised. "The roadster had a raisable sunroof"
Definition of Raiseable
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Literary usage of Raiseable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Concise Precedents in Conveyancing: With Practical Notes and with by Madgwick George Davidson, Samuel Wadsworth, Charles Davidson (1899)
"SETTLEMENT OH MARRIAGE of a sum raiseable for WIFE ... the marriage afterwards solemnised raiseable under . .ol money between the said - and - - ), the said ..."
2. A Treatise on the Law of Mortgagesby Richard Holmes Coote, Sydney Edward Williams by Richard Holmes Coote, Sydney Edward Williams (1904)
"SECTION V. OF MORTGAGES UNDER TRUST TERMS FOR PORTIONS AND MAINTENANCE. Powers to i.—At what Time Portions are raiseable. ..."
3. The House of Lords Cases on Appeals and Writs of Error, Claims of Peerage by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Charles Clark, William Finnelly (1871)
"... but follows as a mere legal incident the title to the principal, which it is now admitted is not raiseable in the lifetime of the father. ..."
4. Precedents and Forms in Conveyancing by Charles Davidson (1880)
"Proviso limiting the total amount raiseable for portions and advancement. 15. Sums advanced by the testator in his lifetime to children to be in ..."
5. Martin's Practice of Conveyancing: With Forms of Assurances by Charles Davidson, Thomas Martin (1844)
"... but all interest for the same has been paid up to the day of the date of these presents: AND WHEREAS the said sum of £2000 raiseable under the trusts of ..."
6. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain. Privy Council, Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature (1900)
"The right of the trustees to enter and take possession and raise the money only extends to raising money which is lawfully raiseable and payable, ..."
7. The Law Reports, Chancery Appeal Cases: Including Bankruptcy and Lunacy by Great Britain Court of Chancery (1873)
"... whole amount was raiseable —• for the benefit of the next of kin and the representatives of the widow. The first tenant for life of the estate appealed. ..."