The expression 'regardant' never occurs in the pleadings at all, but 'regardant to a manor' is used often.
On the other hand, 'regardant' is used quite independently of villainage.
The terms 'regardant' and 'in gross' have nothing to do with a legal distinction of status.
Or, two lions azure, regardant combatant, their tails couped.'
Here, if any where, we should expect52 the term 'regardant,' but it is not forthcoming.
He moved towards the little door out of the department into the house, moving, as heralds say, regardant passant.
Opposite, on the other side of the fire and evidently very angry, stood Lady Ragnall, regardant.
Franz s'arrta, regardant cette forme, dont le profil s'accentuait peu peu.
The unicorn (regardant on either side of the device) appears for the first time in an English mark.
In a case of 1322, for instance, we have53 'within the manor' where we should expect to find 'regardant to the manor.'