from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In law, one who has an estate for a term of years or for life. Also
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- noun (Law) Same as
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- noun law Alternative form of
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And Anderson 431. iaid, and it was agreed by the whole Court, that if a termor de - co.
Reports of Sir George Croke, knight. Formerly one of the justices of the courts of Kings-bench, and common-pleas, of such select cases as were adjudged in the said courts [1582-1641] 1790
* 'ment'% This was not by any mean, A compleat remedy, for ftill if the leflbr fuA fefed a recovery by a feigned title, there was a record againft the termor, which he could not traverfe; therefore his title ivas de - ftroyed, and he had remedy only in damages, on his covenants.
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