Feoff"ment (?), n. [OF. feoffement, fieffement; cf. LL. feoffamentum.] Law (a)

The grant of a feud or fee

. (b) Eng.Law

A gift or conveyance in fee of land or other corporeal hereditaments, accompanied by actual delivery of possession.

Burrill.

(c)

The instrument or deed by which corporeal hereditaments are conveyed

. [Obs. in the U.S., Rare in Eng.]

 

© Webster 1913.

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