Thus it is applied to rights of advowson or of common, when possessed simply, and not as incident to any particular lands.
Hence his right to nominate the rector was styled advocatio or advowson.
The Prior's champion was struck down, and upon this the Prior's attorney came forward and surrendered the advowson.
An advowson cannot be held by either a Roman Catholic or an alien.
He endowed his chantry chapel with liberality; almost extravagance, and even purchased the advowson of the church from the Bishop.
I submit that this word means advowsoner, that is, "owner of the advowson."
The founder was a member of that company, and to them he gave the advowson.
Thus it is applied to rights of advowson or of common, when possessed simply and not as incident to any particular lands.
The advowson descended with the manor, and was often subdivided among the heirs.
The rights of a stuhlherr had some resemblance to those of the owner of an advowson in this country.