frank-fee definition

  • noun:
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the exact opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the exact opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • A holding of lands in fee-simple; freehold.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all solutions, although not from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the contrary of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the alternative of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A holding of lands in fee simple; freehold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • Freehold places exempted from all solutions, yet not from homage.
    • In Eng. law:
    • A holding of places in fee-simple; freehold.
    • A holding of places in fee simple; freehold.
    • Freehold places exempted from all services, but not from homage.
    • Freehold places exempted from all solutions, but not from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the exact opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the contrary of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the contrary of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the contrary of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A holding of lands in fee simple; freehold.
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • Freehold lands exempted from all services, but not from homage.
    • A holding of lands in fee simple; freehold.
    • A holding of places in fee simple; freehold.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all services, although not from homage.
    • A holding of lands in fee-simple; freehold.
    • Freehold places exempted from all solutions, however from homage.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all services, but not from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the contrary of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • A holding of lands in fee simple; freehold.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all solutions, not from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, being the exact opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the alternative of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, becoming the exact opposite of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • In Eng. law:
    • A holding of places in fee-simple; freehold.
    • A species of tenure in fee simple, becoming the contrary of old demesne, or copyhold.
    • A holding of lands in fee simple; freehold.
    • A holding of places in fee-simple; freehold.
    • In Eng. law:
    • Freehold lands exempted from all services, but not from homage.
    • A holding of places in fee-simple; freehold.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all solutions, yet not from homage.
    • Freehold places exempted from all services, but not from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the alternative of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • Freehold places exempted from all solutions, however from homage.
    • A species of tenure in fee-simple, being the exact opposite of ancient demesne, or copyhold.
    • In Eng. legislation:
    • A holding of places in fee-simple; freehold.
    • Freehold lands exempted from all solutions, yet not from homage.
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