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Tenant by the manner

TENANT BY THE MANNER. One who has a less estate than a fee in land, which remains in the reversioner. He is so called because in avowries and other pleadings, it is specially shown in what manner, he is tenant of the land, in contradistinction to the veray tenant, who is called simply, tenant. Hamm. N. P. 393. See Veray.

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Tenability
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tenaciously
tenaciousness
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Tenaculum
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Tenaille
Tenaillon
Tenancy
Tenancy or tenantcy
Tenant
-- Tenant by the manner --
tenant farmer
Tenant in capite
Tenant in common
Tenant of the demesne
Tenant paravail
Tenant right
Tenant saw
Tenantable
tenanted
Tenantless
Tenantry
Tenants in
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Tend
Tendance
tended to
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