conveyancing. This is a Latin word, signifying, I have
granted. It was frequently used when deeds and other conveyances were written
in Latin.. It is a word of general extent, and is said to amount to a grant,
feoffment, lease, release, and the like. 2 Saund. 96; Co. Lift. 301, 302;
Dane"s Ab. Index, h. t.; 5 Whart. R. 278.
2. It has been held that this word in a feoffment or fine implies no -warranty.
Co. Lit. 384 Noke"s Case, 4 Rep. 80; Vaughan"s Argument in Hayes v. Bickoxsteth,
Vaughan, 126; Butler"s Note, Co. Lit. 3 84. But see 1 Freem. 339, 414.
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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