Definition of "feoffment"
  1. It's an old-fashioned way of transferring ownership of land by taking actual possession, traditionally through a procedure called livery of seisin
How to use "feoffment" in a sentence
  1. The ancient act of feoffment was utilized to transfer the property to the new owner.
  2. Feoffment, though rare today, was once a common practice for the transfer of land ownership.
  3. The large plot of land was transferred by feoffment, a method that involved physical possession of the land.

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