Definition of Reddendum

1. n. A clause in a deed by which some new thing is reserved out of what had been granted before; the clause by which rent is reserved in a lease.



Definition of Reddendum

1. a clause in a lease [n REDDENDA]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reddendum

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reddendum (current term)
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Literary usage of Reddendum

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1. Institutes of American Law by John Bouvier (1854)
"(6) In every good reddendum or reservation, these things must concur, namely: (a) Stockton v. Martin, 2 Bay, 471; Corbin t,. Healey, 20 Pick. 514; Moss t,. ..."

2. Institutes of Common and Statute Law by John Barbee Minor (1877)
"The office of the reddendum is to set forth the return (reditus), which in feudal times ... The reddendum may still be properly used in conveyances in fee, ..."

3. Woodfall's Law of Landlord and Tenant by William Woodfall (1890)
"What things are requisite in a reservation. — The reddendum or reservation of rent is a clause in the lease, whereby the (a) Sny r. ..."

4. An Essay in a Course of Lectures on Abstracts of Title: To Facilitate the by Richard Preston (1819)
"The learning concerning the reddendum, and reservations of rent, will be found in the Abridgments and Digests. Bacon in his Abridgment has an excellent ..."

5. A Treatise on the Law of Leases: With Forms and Precedents by Thomas Platt (1847)
"HP HE reddendum constitutes one of the most important features of a lease. It is not an essential constituent (a); but instances of leases without rent are ..."

6. Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England (partly by Henry John Stephen, William Blackstone, Edward Jenks (1903)
"Next follows the reddendum, or reservation, whereby the grantor doth create ... To make a reddendum good, if it be of any thing newly created by the deed, ..."

7. Institutes of Common and Statute Law by John Barbee Minor (1878)
"These usual and orderly parts of a deed of conveyance of laud are, (1), The premises; (2), The habendum; (3), The tenendum ; (4), The reddendum ; (5), ..."

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