Definition of Seisings
1. seising [n] - See also: seising
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seisings
Literary usage of Seisings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Abridgement of the Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland: From the Reign of by William Alexander (1841)
"OUR SOVERAIGNE LORD, Considering the great security that this Kingdom enjoyes by the publick Register of seisings, and Reversions, conform to the sixteenth ..."
2. A Practical View of the Statute Law of Scotland: From the Year MCCCCXXIV, to by James Watson (1828)
"... that it shall not be necessary to insert any bands or writs for making of reversions, unless seisings pass in favours of the parties, makers of the ..."
3. Treatise on the Deeds and Forms Used in the Constitution, Transmission, and by Alexander Duff (1838)
"Oun SOVEREIGN I>OBD Considering the great security that this kingdom enjoys by the public register of seisings and reversions, conform to the 16th Act of ..."
4. The Preferential Treatment of the Actual Settler in the Primary Disposition by Henry Tatter (1979)
"Property in land as Hell as in moveables was acquired by the first taker, and existed as long as he exercised possession; but "a succession of such seisings ..."
5. Old Dundee, Ecclesiastical, Burghal, and Social, Prior to the Reformation by Maxwell, Alexander, F.S.A. Scotland (1891)
"... Sheriffdom of Forfar, with all seisings, richt, title, and interest sho hes, had, or may have thereto for ever." The lands had been sold to Henry Lovell ..."