(n) A tenure in England and Scotland under which home associated with master or a lord in a town happened in return for a yearly rent or the rendering of something.
(n) a medieval tenure in socage under which property in The united kingdomt and Scotland happened beneath the king or a lord of a town, and ended up being maintained for a yearly rent or for making a substandard solution (perhaps not knight's service) particularly watching and warding.
(n) A tenure by which houses or places take place associated with the master or other lord of a borough or city; at a particular annual lease, or by services associated with trade or handicraft.
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