Couˊrtesy of England [in Law]

Couˊrtesy of England [in Law]
a Tenure by which a Man who marries an heiress, who is possessed of lands in fee-simple, or fee-tail general. &c. and have a child by her, which comes alive into the world; altho’ the mother and the child both die immediately, yet, if he were in possession, he shall hold the land during his life, under the title of tenet per legem Angliæ, this is called in Scotland, curialitas Scotiæ, where, as well as in England, it is allowed.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

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