Definition of Seisor

1. seizor [n -S] - See also: seizor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seisor

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seisor (current term)
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Literary usage of Seisor

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1. The Law of Tenures, Including the Theory and Practice of Copyholds by Geoffrey Gilbert, Charles Watkins, Robert Studley Vidal (1824)
"... of the dis- seisor gained the right of possession : the history whereof will be proper here. By as, on payment, the charge ceased, it was held at length ..."

2. The Cambrian Journal by Cambrian Institute (1860)
"The ninth seisor will stand in the privilege the ninth descent; ... The second seisor is by the marriage of an alien's son with an innate Cymraes. ..."

3. The Tribal System in Wales: Being Part of an Inquiry Into the Structure and by Frederic Seebohm (1904)
"And the seisor becomes chief of kindred to them all after arriving at the full age of ... Although they approach the kindred of the seisor and possess their ..."

4. The Cambrian Journal by Cambrian Institute, Tenby, Wales, Cambrian Institute (Tenby, Wales), Wales Cambrian Institute (Tenby (1855)
"And the seisor becomes chief of kindred to them all, after arriving at the full age of manhood; and every one of them is a man and a relative to him ..."

5. The Traditionary Annals of the Cymry by John Williams (1867)
"And the seisor becomes chief of kindred to them all, after arriving at the full age of manhood; and every one of them is a man and a relative to him ..."

6. A Systematic Arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the Laws of by Edward Coke, Thomas Littleton, John Henry Thomas, Matthew Hale, Francis Hargrave, Heneage Finch Nottingham (1818)
"Ma. b. seisor hath once gotten the attornment of the tenants and (Cro. Car. soj. "Ant. payment of their rents, yet may they refuse afterwards for ' avoiding ..."

7. Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History by Association of American Law Schools, Mikell, William Ephraim, 1868-, Ernst Freund, John Henry Wigmore (1909)
"A chose in action could not be held by such a tenure. Only the land itself could be so held. But the land, after the disseisin, was held by the dis- seisor. ..."

8. Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History by Association of American Law Schools (1909)
"Almost at the same time that the scope of replevin was enlarged, there was a similar duplication of remedies against the dis- seisor of land. ..."

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