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Non tenure

NON TENURE, pleading. A plea in a real action, by which the defendant asserted, that he did not hold the land, or at least some part of it, as mentioned in the plaintiff's declaration. 1 Mod. 250.
     2. Non tenure is either a plea in bar or a plea in abatement. 14 Mass. 239; but see 11 Mass. 216. It is in bar, when the plea goes to the tenure, as when the tenant denies that he holds of the defendant, and says he holds of some other person, But when the plea goes to the tenancy of the land, as when the defendant pleads that be is not the tenant of the land, it is in abatement only. Id.; Bac. Ab. Pleas, &c., I 9.

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Non quod dictum est
Non refert an quis assensum suum praefert verbis
Non refert quid ex aequipolentibus fiat
Non refert quid notum sit judice si notum non sit in forma judici
Non refert verbis an factis fit revocatio
Non residence
Non Return to Zero Inverted
Non sequitur
Non solum quid licet
Non submissit
Non suit
Non sum informatus
Non sunt longa ubi nihil est quod demere possis
Non temere credere
Non tenent insimul
Non tenuit
-- Non tenure --
Non term
Non user
Non videntur qui errant consentire
Non videtur quisquam id capere
non vult
Non-
non-algorithmic procedure
non-automatic
non-Catholic
non-Christian priest
non-circular
non-dedicated file server
non-discrimination
non-discriminatory
Non-ego
non-engagement
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