casu proviso


casu proviso
A writ of entry to recover a reversion against a tenant in dower. See in casu proviso.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • Casu proviso — was a writ of entry, given by the statue of Glocester, in cases where a tenant in dowry transfers property to another in fee, or for term of life, or in tail. The writ lies for him in reversion against the transfer …   Wikipedia

  • casu proviso — /keys(y)uw pravayzow/ In the case provided for. A writ of entry framed under the provisions of the statute of Gloucester (6 Edw. I) c. 7, which lay for the benefit of the reversioner when a tenant in dower aliened in fee or for life …   Black's law dictionary

  • casu proviso — /keys(y)uw pravayzow/ In the case provided for. A writ of entry framed under the provisions of the statute of Gloucester (6 Edw. I) c. 7, which lay for the benefit of the reversioner when a tenant in dower aliened in fee or for life …   Black's law dictionary

  • in casu proviso — /in keys(y)uw pravayzow/ In a (or the) case provided. In tali casu editum et provisum, in such case made and provided …   Black's law dictionary

  • in casu proviso — /in keys(y)uw pravayzow/ In a (or the) case provided. In tali casu editum et provisum, in such case made and provided …   Black's law dictionary

  • in casu proviso — In the case provided …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • in tali casu editum et provisum — /in teylay keys(y)uw edatgm et pravayzam/ See in casu proviso …   Black's law dictionary

  • in tali casu editum et provisum — /in teylay keys(y)uw edatgm et pravayzam/ See in casu proviso …   Black's law dictionary


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