from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To revert (to a person).
  • To return (to a place).
  • To return (a person) as heir.
  • To make a return to Chancery of or relative to (lands, etc.); state the value of, in a retour.
  • To return or send in (the breve or verdict, etc.) to Chancery.
  • n. A returning.
  • n. In Scots law, an extract from chancery of the service of an heir to his ancestor.


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