talliatum


talliatum
See feudum talliatum.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • feodum talliatum, i.e., haereditas in quandam certitu-dinem limitata — /fyûwdsm tèliyéydsm, id est, hsriydstxs in kwôndam sàrtstCyJûwdsnam limstéyts/ Fee tail, i.e., an inheritance limited in a definite descent …   Black's law dictionary

  • feudum talliatum — /fyuwdam taeliyeytam/ A restricted fee. One limited to descend to certain classes of heirs. 2 Bl.Comm. 112, note …   Black's law dictionary

  • feodum talliatum, i.e., haereditas in quandam certitu-dinem limitata — /fyûwdsm tèliyéydsm, id est, hsriydstxs in kwôndam sàrtstCyJûwdsnam limstéyts/ Fee tail, i.e., an inheritance limited in a definite descent …   Black's law dictionary

  • feudum talliatum — /fyuwdam taeliyeytam/ A restricted fee. One limited to descend to certain classes of heirs. 2 Bl.Comm. 112, note …   Black's law dictionary

  • feodum talliatum, i. e., haereditas in quandam certitudinem limitata — A fee tail, that is, an inheritance limited in a certain descent …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • feudum talliatum — Fee tail. See 2 Bl Comm 112, note …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Entail — En*tail , n. [OE. entaile carving, OF. entaille, F., an incision, fr. entailler to cut away; pref. en (L. in) + tailler to cut; LL. feudum talliatum a fee entailed, i. e., curtailed or limited. See {Tail} limitation, {Tailor}.] 1. That which is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fee tail — Entail redirects here. For other uses, see Entail (disambiguation). Property law …   Wikipedia

  • De donis conditionalibus — is the chapter of the English Statutes of Westminster (1285)[1] which originated the law of entail. Strictly speaking, a form of entail was known before the Norman feudal law had been domesticated in England. The common form was a grant to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Entail — L’entail, ou fee tail, est un ancien terme juridique anglais, qui désigne une propriété reçue en héritage, consistant en biens immobiliers, et qui ne peut être ni vendue, ni transmise par héritage ni aliénée par son propriétaire de quelque façon… …   Wikipédia en Français


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