muniment definition

  • noun:
    • Law Documentary proof wherein you can safeguard a title to home or a claim to-rights.
    • Archaic an easy method of security or protection.
    • A deed; a document that demonstrates ownership of home, or a right or privilege.
    • The work of supporting or defending.
    • whatever aids or defends; stronghold; location or ways protection; munition; assistance.
    • A record; the evidences or writings whereby a man is allowed to guard the title to his estate; subject deeds and reports.
    • A fortification of any kind; a stronghold; a spot of protection.
    • assistance; protection.
    • A document wherein statements and liberties are defended or preserved; a title-deed; a deed, charter, record, etc., specially such as for example participate in general public figures, or those in which national, manorial, or ecclesiastical liberties and benefits are worried.
    • Any article maintained or treasured at the time of special interest or value, as jewels, relies, etc.

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