arrier ban


arrier ban
/ari(y)ar bin/
In feudal law, a second summons to join the lord, addressed to those who had neglected the first. A summons of the inferiors or vassals of the lord.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • arriere-ban — arierban, or arriere ban /aer(i)yey baen/ An edict of the ancient kings of France and Germany, commanding all their vassals, the noblesse, and the vassals vassals, to enter the army, or forfeit their estates on refusal. See arrier ban …   Black's law dictionary

  • arierban or arriere-ban — arierban, or arriere ban /aer(i)yey baen/ An edict of the ancient kings of France and Germany, commanding all their vassals, the noblesse, and the vassals vassals, to enter the army, or forfeit their estates on refusal. See arrier ban …   Black's law dictionary

  • arier ban — Same as arrier ban …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • arierban — arierban, or arriere ban /aer(i)yey baen/ An edict of the ancient kings of France and Germany, commanding all their vassals, the noblesse, and the vassals vassals, to enter the army, or forfeit their estates on refusal. See arrier ban …   Black's law dictionary


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