aliened

aliened
past of alien

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  • inverse order of alienation doctrine — Under this doctrine, mortgage or other lienor, where land subject to lien has been aliened in separate parcels successively, shall satisfy his lien out of land remaining in grantor or original owner if possible, and, if that be insufficient, he… …   Black's law dictionary

  • inverse order of alienation doctrine — Under this doctrine, mortgage or other lienor, where land subject to lien has been aliened in separate parcels successively, shall satisfy his lien out of land remaining in grantor or original owner if possible, and, if that be insufficient, he… …   Black's law dictionary

  • writ of entry — A real action to recover the possession of land where the tenant (or owner) has been disseised or otherwise wrongfully dispossessed. If the disseisor has aliened the land, or if it has descended to his heir, the writ of entry is said to be in the …   Black's law dictionary

  • Alien — Al ien, v. t. [F. ali[ e]ner, L. alienare.] To alienate; to estrange; to transfer, as property or ownership. [R.] It the son alien lands. Sir M. Hale. [1913 Webster] The prince was totally aliened from all thoughts of . . . the marriage.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • casu proviso — /keys(y)uw pravayzow/ In the case provided for. A writ of entry framed under the provisions of the statute of Gloucester (6 Edw. I) c. 7, which lay for the benefit of the reversioner when a tenant in dower aliened in fee or for life …   Black's law dictionary

  • consimili casu — /kansimalay keysyuw/ In old English law, a writ of entry, framed under the provisions of the statute Westminster 2, (13 Edw. I) c. 24, which lay for the benefit of the reversioner, where a tenant by the curtesy aliened in fee or for life. Many… …   Black's law dictionary

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