Anyone disseising another whereby he also robs him or uses force and arms in the disseisin shall be imprisoned and fined.
For the lease could not, and the reversion would not be likely to, go by disseisin.
Of course if a right had already been acquired before the disseisin different considerations would apply.
The question of "disseisin, or not," was a question of law, as well as fact.
disseisin is the opposite of seisin, a putting in possession of a thing.
disseisin, or forcible dispossession of freeholds, makes one of the most considerable articles in our law-books.
Judgment: let Matilda have her seisin and let Clement be in mercy for disseisin.
By contemporary law (Britton, ii., 22), une blaunche verge was the recognised symbol of disseisin by consent.
In this action, known as an action of disseisin or ejectment, both possession of the land and damages may be recovered.