eschaeta derivatur a verbo gallico eschoir, quod est accidere, quia accidit domino ex eventu et ex insperato

eschaeta derivatur a verbo gallico eschoir, quod est accidere, quia accidit domino ex eventu et ex insperato
/aschiyta dehraveytar ey varbow gaelakow as(h)war, kwod est aeksidariy kwaya asksadat domanow eks avent(y)uw et eks insepareytow/ Escheat is derived from the French word "eschoir," which signifies to happen, because it falls to the lord from an event and from an unforeseen circumstance. Eschaetae vulgo dicuntur quae decidentibus iis quae de rege tenent, cum non existit ratione sanguinis haeres, ad fiscum relabuntur /aschiytiy valgow dakantar kwiy desadentabas ayas kwiy diy riyjiy tenant kam non agzistat rasshiyowniy saerjgwanas hiriyz asd fiskam relabantar/ Those things are commonly called "escheats" which revert to the exchequer from a failure of issue in those who hold of the king, when there does not exist any heir by consanguinity

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.


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