Definition of Backbond

1. n. An instrument which, in conjunction with another making an absolute disposition, constitutes a trust.



Definition of Backbond

1. Noun. (Scotland legal) An instrument which, in conjunction with another making an absolute disposition, constitutes a trust. ¹

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Definition of Backbond

1. a deed [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Backbond

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backbite
backbiter
backbiters
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backbiting
backbitings
backbitten
backblast
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backblock
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backboard
backboard splint
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backbond (current term)
backbonding ligand
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backbone
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backburn
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Literary usage of Backbond

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1. The Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session, in Most Cases of by Scotland Court of Session, Alexander Bruce, Faculty of Advocates (Scotland), Scotland, Court of Session (1720)
"And the backbond bears alfo, That Sir Robert ... bona fide from Sir Robert, and liad Compleated his Right by Charter, &fc. fo that the backbond could not ..."

2. Cases Decided in the Court of Session: During Summer Session 1794, Winter by Scotland Court of Session (1796)
"... but at the fame time qualified with a backbond, declaring, ... and, although the right be qualified with a backbond, which taken altogether ..."

3. A System of the Forms of Deeds Used in Scotland by Robert Bell (1811)
"backbond, and fums therein contained, I have now right, by conveyance from the faid W, of date : AND SEEING that the faid fum of 500! ..."

4. Decisions of the Court of Session: From 1681 to 1691 by Roger Hog of Harcarse, Scotland Court of Session (1757)
"The backbond imports no obligement to Orion, but only a faculty to Sir Robert to have retained the adjudication till Ortons debt might be payed, ..."

5. Dirletons̓ Doubts and Questions in the Law of Scotland, Resolved and Answered by Sir James Stewart, John Nisbet (1762)
"And 2^0, If the faid backbond will militate ... will be liable to the backbond ; though it be not mentioned in his ..."

6. The Scots Digest of Scots Appeals in the House of Lords from 1707 and of the by Robert Candlish Henderson, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1908)
"A party who obtained a disposition to lands, granted a backbond to the disponer, binding himself, before selling the property, to offer it to him at a ..."

7. Digest of House of Lords Cases: Decided on Appeal from Scotland, 1709 to by John Boyd Kinnear, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1865)
"A piece of land being sold by absolute disposition, and resold by the purchaser to his brother, taking from bim a backbond of obligation to make the first ..."

8. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, James Ivory (1824)
"for by such backbond the nature of the obligation, of which the backbond makes a part, is in effect changed, and continues no longer ..."

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