Definition of Feoffors
1. feoffor [n] - See also: feoffor
Lexicographical Neighbors of Feoffors
Literary usage of Feoffors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Britton: An English Translation and Notes by Francis Morgan Nichols (1901)
"And by reason of this clause it is useful in many cases for purchasers to take to themselves the charters of their feoffors, so that if the the ..."
2. The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Or, A Commentary by Edward Coke (1794)
"... peren- ter tiels feoffors et les feoffees fur confidente, ... for that the law will that fuch feoffors and their heires ought to ..."
3. An Essay on Uses and Trusts: And on the Nature and Operation of Conveyances by Francis Williams Sanders, George Williams Sanders, John Warner (1855)
"... and against the sellers, feoffors, donors, or granters, his or their heirs, ^claiming r^ot-| the same only as heir or heirs to the same sellers, ..."
4. Select Cases and Other Authorities on the Law of Property by John Chipman Gray (1888)
"... (4) and against the sellers, feoffors, donors, or grantors, his or their heirs, claiming the same only as heir or heirs to the same sellers, ..."
5. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1762)
"... that their feoffors had to them to do Poft. cap.i». or perform their wills, and whereof they were not ..."
6. Records of the Borough of Leicester: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Leicester (England), Mary Bateson, William Henry Stevenson, John Edward Stocks (1905)
"To the feoffors for their labours 7s. To the treasury (chamber) of Leicester is. ... Sealed with the office of Mayoralty and with the seals of the feoffors. ..."
7. Reports of Cases in the Reigns of Hen. VIII, Edw. VI, Q. Mary, and Q. Eliz ...by Great Britain Courts by Great Britain Courts (1794)
"And lour to the demandant by the fame feoffors. The demandant, h \bi? plea' ... made by the faid feoffors upon the ..."