arrentation definition

  • noun:
    • A letting or renting, especially a licence to enclose land in a forest with a decreased hedge and ditch, under a yearly rent.
    • In old English legislation, the activity or privilege of arrenting; the offering of permission by the lord for the manor towards tenant of land in a forest to inclose it with a small ditch and reasonable hedge, in consideration of a yearly lease. In addition written arrendation.
    • A letting or renting, especially a licence to enclose land in a forest with a decreased hedge and ditch, under a yearly lease.
    • In old English law, the activity or privilege of arrenting; the providing of permission because of the lord associated with manor to your tenant of land in a forest to inclose it with a tiny ditch and reduced hedge, in consideration of a yearly rent. Also written arrendation.
  • others:
    • A letting or renting, esp. a license to inclose land in a forest with a minimal hedge and a ditch, under a yearly rent.
    • A letting or renting, esp. a license to inclose land in a forest with the lowest hedge and a ditch, under a yearly lease.
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