feoffee definition

  • noun:
    • Law someone to whom a feoffment is granted.
    • A vassal keeping a fief.
    • the individual to who a feoffment is made; the individual enfeoffed.
    • A person who is enfeoffed— that is, invested with a fee.
    • Law someone to who a feoffment is awarded.
    • A vassal holding a fief.
    • anyone to whom a feoffment is created; the person enfeoffed.
    • somebody who is enfeoffed— this is certainly, invested with a fee.
    • Law anyone to whom a feoffment is awarded.
    • Law anyone to whom a feoffment is granted.
    • A vassal keeping a fief.
    • A vassal holding a fief.
    • The person to who a feoffment is created; anyone enfeoffed.
    • the individual to whom a feoffment is manufactured; the person enfeoffed.
    • somebody who is enfeoffed— this is certainly, invested with a fee.
    • somebody who is enfeoffed— which, spent with a fee.

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