- the products or profits of land that has been sown or planted.
Origin of emblements
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Such crops as corn, potatoes, wheat, and melons are emblements.
Emblements belong therefore to the class of fructus industriales, or “industrial growing crops” (Sale of Goods Act 1893, 62).
Emblements are included within the definition of goods in s. 62 of the Sale of Goods Act 1893.
In the United States the English common law of emblements has been generally preserved.
- annual crops and vegetable products cultivated by man's labour
- the profits from such crops
C15: from Old French emblaement, from emblaer to sow with grain, from Medieval Latin imblādāre, from blāda grain, of Germanic origin; compare Old English blǣd grain
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