Definitions

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  • v. To invest someone with feudal powers.

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Examples

  • Why did Charles Martel infeudate his central power?

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  • It was obligatory on all seigniors to register their grants at Quebec, to concede or sub-infeudate them under the rule of jeu de fief, and settle them with as little delay as practicable.

    Lord Elgin

  • The censitaire who held his lands in this way could not himself sub-infeudate.

    Lord Elgin

  • The _censitaire_ who held his lands in this way could not himself sub-infeudate.

    Lord Elgin

  • It was obligatory on all seigniors to register their grants at Quebec, to concede or sub-infeudate them under the rule of _jeu de fief_, and settle them with as little delay as practicable.

    Lord Elgin

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