culvertage definition

  • noun:
    • during the early English legislation, the forfeiture by tenant or vassal of their holding and his position as a freeman, resulting in an ailment of servitude.
    • In early English legislation, the forfeiture by tenant or vassal of his holding along with his place as a freeman, causing an ailment of servitude.

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