The act of admitting
- The reciprocal of impedance
- the right to enter
- the work of admitting someone to enter
- The act of admitting.
- Permission to enter; the ability or right of entrance; in addition, actual entry; reception.
- Concession; admission; allowance; because, the admittance of a quarrel.
- The work of offering control of a copyhold estate.
In Euglish legislation. The work of providing control of a copyhold estate. It is of three kinds: (1) Upon a voluntary grant because of the lord, where in fact the land features escheated or reverted to him. (2) Upon surrender by the previous tenant. (3) Upon descent, where in fact the heir is tenant on their ancestor's demise.
1580s, "the action of admitting," formed in English from admit + -ance (if from Latin, it could happen *admittence; French utilizes acc
(letter.) The act of admitting.
- (letter.) Permission to enter; the energy or right of entrance; also, real entry; reception.
- (n.) Concession; entry; allowance; since, the admittance of a quarrel.
- (letter.) Admissibility.
- (letter.) The act of offering ownership of a copyhold property.
A British envoy was refused admittance to the country, while a Russian mission was received with honour.