servitium, in lege Angliae, regulariter accipitur pro servitio quod per tenentes dominis suis debetur ratione feodi sui


servitium, in lege Angliae, regulariter accipitur pro servitio quod per tenentes dominis suis debetur ratione feodi sui
/sarvish(iy)am, in liyjiy aeggliyiy, regyaleratar aksipatar prow sarvish(iy)ow kwod par tanentiyz domanas s(y)uwas dabiytar raeshiyowniy fyiiwday s(y)uway/
Service, by the law of England, means the service which is due from the tenants to the lords, by reason of their fee

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • servitium forinsecum — Service which was due the king and which was foreign or aside from that due the lord of the manor. Servitium in lege Angliae, regulariter accipitur pro servitio quod per tenentes dominis suis debetur ratione feodi sui. The word servitium is… …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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