Definition of Wardship. Meaning of Wardship. Synonyms of Wardship

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Definition of Wardship

Wardship
Wardship Ward"ship, n. 1. The office of a ward or keeper; care and protection of a ward; guardianship; right of guardianship. Wardship is incident to tenure in socage. --Blackstone. 2. The state of begin under a guardian; pupilage. It was the wisest act . . . in my wardship. --B. Jonson.

Meaning of Wardship from wikipedia

- a ward is someone placed under the protection of a legal guardian. The wardship jurisdiction is an ancient jurisdiction derived from the Crown's duty as...
- to Margaret's wardship and marriage would be granted only to his wife.[citation needed] As a tenant-in-chief of the crown the wardship of his heir fell...
- suing his livery when he reached his majority; this last would end his wardship though cancelling his debt with that Court, and convey the powers attached...
- his father died and his wardship became a commodity to be sold by the Crown. The History of Parliament avers that his wardship was bought by Charles Brandon...
- six-year-old Roger to succeed to his father's title. Roger was placed under the wardship of Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent and eventually married Holland's daughter...
- to the clauses in Magna Carta which dealt with specific issues such as wardship and dower, debt collection, and keeping rivers free for navigation. Even...
- War Powers Resolution – War reparations – Ward (legal) – Ward of court – Wardship – Warrant (legal) – Warrant of committal – Warrant of delivery – Warrant...
- as well as the revenue collection, the court was also responsible for wardship and livery issues. The court was established from 1540 by two Acts of Parliament...
- feudal wardship where the custody of their lands and the right to arrange their marriage p****ed to the monarch, until they came of age. The wardship and...
- his father died in 1570, leaving George a minor, aged 12. His valuable wardship and marriage was granted by Queen Elizabeth I to Francis Russell, 2nd Earl...
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