grossome


grossome
Same as gersome.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • grossome — /growsam/ In old English law, a fine, or sum of money paid for a lease. Supposed to be a corruption of gersuma (q.v.). See gressume …   Black's law dictionary

  • grossome — /growsam/ In old English law, a fine, or sum of money paid for a lease. Supposed to be a corruption of gersuma (q.v.). See gressume …   Black's law dictionary

  • gressume — /gres(y)am/ In English law, a customary fine due from a copyhold tenant on the death of the lord. Spelled also grassum, grossome, and gressame …   Black's law dictionary

  • gressume — /gres(y)am/ In English law, a customary fine due from a copyhold tenant on the death of the lord. Spelled also grassum, grossome, and gressame …   Black's law dictionary


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