Definition of Feudal law

1. Noun. (literally) A feudal law. ¹



2. Noun. (context: absolute use) The legislation governing feudal matters, such as the procedures, (mutual) rights and duties concerning fiefs, feudal lords and their enfeoffed vassals. ¹

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