leasing-making definition

  • noun:
    • In Scots law, the act of telling lies; particularly, the utterance of slanderous and untrue speeches, into the disdain, reproach, and contempt of king, their council and procedures, or to the dishonor, injured, or bias of their highness, his parents and progenitors; spoken sedition.

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