... instantaneous seisin was probably held not to occasion any forfeiture: and then , by pretext of some other forfeiture, surrender, or escheata#39;, ... But, when these dotatiorls began to grow numerous, it was observed that the feodal services, ordained for the defence of the ... Angl. l. 2. 5 45. e! confl-nflonc i/zflzu, t. 2. A. D. 1164. e Ecrlryiue de feudo domini rrgir nnn sSee Vol. I. p. 384. zuffmt in pe/ petuum darta#39;, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Commentaries on the Laws of England|
|Author||:||Sir William Blackstone|