meaning of BOOKLAND

BOOKLAND meaning in General Dictionary

Charter land held by deed under particular rents and no-cost services which differed in nothing from no-cost socage lands This types of tenure has given increase on modern-day freeholds

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BOOKLAND meaning in Law Dictionary

In English law. Land, also known as "charter-land," that has been held by deed under specific rents and free solutions, and differed in absolutely nothing from no-cost socage land. 2 Bl. Comm. 90.

BOOKLAND meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) Alt. of Bockland

Sentence Examples with the word BOOKLAND

In opposition to it bookland appears as landownership derived from royal privilege.

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