Definition of disseisin. Meaning of disseisin. Synonyms of disseisin

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Definition of disseisin

disseisin
Disseizin Dis*sei"zin, n. [OF. dessaisine.] (Law) The act of disseizing; an unlawful dispossessing and ouster of a person actually seized of the freehold. [Written also disseisin.] --Blackstone.

Meaning of disseisin from wikipedia

- In English law, the ****ize of novel disseisin ("recent dispossession"; /dɪsˈsiːzɪn/) was an action to recover lands of which the plaintiff had been disseised...
- new areas through the use of new forms of ****izes, in particular novel disseisin, mort d'ancestor and dower unde nichil habet, which dealt with the wrongful...
- processes had been introduced to English law under Henry II, including novel disseisin and mort d'ancestor. These processes meant the royal courts had a more...
- civil pleas and pleas of the crown. The petty ****izes (i.e. of novel disseisin, of mort d'ancestor, and of darrein presentment) were established in 1166...
- action of debt and the Islamic Aqd, between the English ****ize of novel disseisin and the Islamic Istihqaq, and between the English jury and the Islamic...
- the action of debt" and the "Islamic Aqd", the "English ****ize of novel disseisin" (a petty ****ize adopted in the 1166 at the ****izes of Clarendon) and...
- debt is identified with the Islamic Aqd, the English ****ize of novel disseisin is identified with the Islamic Istihqaq, and the English jury is identified...
- her life. In 1274–5 John de Folkesworth arraigned an ****ize of novel disseisin against Devorguilla and others touching a tenement in Stibbington, Northamptonshire...
- from the defendant. These events, if true, led to the "****ize of novel disseisin", later called the "mixed action in ejectment", a procedure in which title...
- for lenders because the gagor could easily eject the gage using novel disseisin, and the gagee—merely seized ut de vadio “as of gage”—could not bring...
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