abishering

abishering, or abishersing
/abishar(s)ir)/
Quit of amercements.
It originally signified a forfeiture or amercement, and is more properly called mishering, mishersing, or miskering, according to certain writers. It has since been termed a liberty of freedom, because, wherever this word is used in a grant, the persons to whom the grant is made have the forfeitures and amercements of all others, and are themselves free from the control of any within their fee

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • abishering — The right or privilege of being freed and exempt from forfeitures and amercements …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • abishering — …   Useful english dictionary

  • abishersing — abishering, or abishersing /abishar(s)ir)/ Quit of amercements. It originally signified a forfeiture or amercement, and is more properly called mishering, mishersing, or miskering, according to certain writers. It has since been termed a liberty… …   Black's law dictionary

  • mishering — [misher(s)ing see abishering.] …   Useful english dictionary

  • mishersing — [misher(s)ing see abishering.] …   Useful english dictionary

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