noun Feudal Law.
Origin of subinfeudation
Examples from the Web for subinfeudation
The practice of subinfeudation, became in France almost universal.The Group Mind|William McDougall
Subinfeudation came to a complete stop, and whenever great family estates broke up the king obtained new tenants-in-chief.
For, the practice of subinfeudation, which in our country was actively checked, became in France almost universal.History of Civilization in England, Vol. 2 of 3|Henry Thomas Buckle
The above-named statute forbade the future subinfeudation of lands, and consequently hindered the further creation of manors.