Definition of RIGHT PATENT


RIGHT PATENT

The name of an ancient writ, which Fitzherbert
says, "ought to be brought of lands and tenements, and not of an advowson, or
of common, and lieth only of an estate of fee simple, and not for him who has a
lesser estate, as tenant in tail, tenant in frank marriage, or tenant for
life." F. N. B. 1.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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