Definition of SPOLIATION,


SPOLIATION,

Eng. eccl. law. The name of a suit sued out in the
spiritual court to recover for the fruits of the church, or for the church
itself. F. N. B. 85.


2. It is also a waste of church property by an ecclesiastical person. 3
Bl. Com. 90.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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