from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of encumbrancer.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Under ordinary circumstances the investigation of the title to an estate involves the examination of every document relating thereto for a period of forty years, and the distribution of the purchase-money amongst the head renters, mortgagees, and other encumbrancers, who, in addition to the landlord, are found to be interested in the ownership of almost every Irish estate.

    Handbook of Home Rule Being articles on the Irish question

  • The landlord may sell this privilege, and possibly by means of this power of sale may be able to put pressure on his encumbrancers to reduce their claims in order to obtain immediate payment.

    Handbook of Home Rule Being articles on the Irish question

  • At all ewents, he has been much on the forecastle lately, endeavouring to persuade the people that _they_ retook the ship, and that the passengers were so many encumbrancers in the affair. "

    Homeward Bound or, the Chase

  • Although the law protects innocent purchasers and encumbrancers, "that protection extends only to those who obtained good legal title.

    The Home Equity Theft Reporter Cases & Articles


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.