meaning of APPENDANT

APPENDANT meaning in General Dictionary

something mounted on another as incidental or subordinate to it

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  • Hanging annexed adjunct concomitant as a seal appendant to a paper
  • affixed as an appendage
  • dangling; annexed; adjunct; concomitant; because, a seal appendant to a paper.
  • Appended by prescription, which, a personal usage for a substantial time; -- stated of a thing of inheritance belonging to another inheritance that is superior or even more worthwhile; as, an advowson, typical, etc. , which can be appendant to a manor, common of fishing to a freehold, a seat in chapel to a home.
  • Anything attached to another as incidental oru000du000a subordinate to it.
  • A inheritance annexed by prescription to an excellent inheritance.

APPENDANT meaning in Law Dictionary

thing annexed to or belonging to another thing and moving with-it; something of inheritance owned by another inheritance that will be much more worthwhile; as an advowson, typical, etc., that might be appendant to a manor, typical of fishing to a freehold, a seat in a church to a residence, etc. It differs from appurtenance, because appendant must ever be by prescription, i. e., a personal usage for a substantial time, while an appurtenance can be created only at that time; for if a grant be made to a man along with his heirs, of typical this kind of a moor for their beasts levant or couchant upon their manor, the commons tend to be appurtenant to your manor, while the grant will pass all of them. Co. Litt. 1216; Lucas v. Bishop, 15 Lea (Tenn.) 165, 54 Am. Rep. 440; Leonard v. White, 7 Mass. 6, 5 Am. Dec. 19; Meek v. Breckenridge, 29 Ohio St. 048. See APPUBTENANCE.


APPENDANT meaning in General Dictionary

(v. t.) holding; annexed; adjunct; concomitant; because, a seal appendant to a paper.

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  • (v. t.) Appended by prescription, that is, your own usage for a substantial time; -- said of something of inheritance belonging to another inheritance which is exceptional or more worthy; because, an advowson, typical, etc. , that might be appendant to a manor, typical of fishing to a freehold, a seat in chapel to a house.
  • (n.) Anything mounted on another as incidental or subordinate to it.
  • (n.) A inheritance annexed by prescription to an exceptional inheritance.

Sentence Examples with the word APPENDANT

Advowsons are divided into two kinds, appendant and in gross.

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