After judgment and the awarding of the writ of seisin, but before its execution, Edward died.
There were six men who expected rewards, but the wherewithal was held in seisin by other six.
This latter was the normal form of seisin, and its history goes far back, not only in Scotland, but on the continent as well.
The English seneschal surrendered the six castles and the seisin of the land.
The French were thus the first to take possession and seisin of the Crimea.
It was allowed that a bargain and sale for a term, say, of one year, must transfer the seisin to the bargainee without enrolment.
The change of the heriot to the relief implies a suspension of ownership, and carries with it the custom of "livery of seisin."
He knew nothing of fee or seisin, or the laws of conveyancing, as his white brother knew it.
One dominium rises above another dominium, one seisin over another seisin.
So she jogged along very comfortably, until she had made up her mind, and given Cradock the kiss of seisin.