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copyholder

a person who held land by COPYHOLD tenure.
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I recall many times, both as a proofreader and as a copyholder, rushing out with a correction just before the made-up pages were locked up.
In his Institutes and the Compleat Copyholder, Coke provided a set of evidential rules which could be generically applied at common law in order to evidence local customs.
Some external evidence, along with the group's ideological configuration, also supports speculation that Eleanor Cotes, an active female printer and copyholder, importantly shaped the Folio's contents.
A copyholder should be used which is at the same height as the screen so that the eyes do not have to refocus everytime the user looks from one to the other.
Materia,(311) Materia was also employed by a financial printer but was a "copyholder" who read drafts of prospectuses and other financial documents aloud to a proofreader.(312) The proofreader would then check page proofs against the copy received from the client.(313) Because he was an avid market watcher, Materia was able to deduce the identities of four tender offer targets despite the fact that their names had been omitted from the documents.(314) Using this information, Materia purchased stock in the target companies before the tender offers were publicly announced.(315) Within days of the public announcements, he sold his holdings for significant gains.(316)
There is probably some connection between this practice and Danter's comparatively frequent resort to 'irregular' imprints where there is a discrepancy between the copyholder indicated in the imprint and the stationer to whom the title was entered in the Stationers' Register.(5)
(145.) See, e.g., 1 Blackstone, supra note 45, at *64 (describing the common law as custom that enjoys "long and immemorial usage" and "universal reception throughout the kingdom"); Edward Coke, The Compleat Copyholder (1630), reprinted in 2 The Selected Writings and Speeches OF Sir Edward coke 563, 563 (Steve Sheppard ed., 2003) ("Customes are defined to be a Law, or Right not written, which being established by long use, and the consent of our Ancestors, hath been, and is daily practised."); Thomas Usk, Testament of Love, bk.
Of all listed Earls Colne heads of household, only one third possessed land or at least their own house as a copyholder. Nearly all gentlemen, but only half of the husbandmen and yeomen still owned a house or some land as copyhold.
that if any copyholder will sell his land and agree of his price, that at the next court when a surrender is to be made, the next of blood, and if he will not, any other of his blood, may have the land, and so everyone to be preferred according the nearness of the blood.
Copyholders received revision leaves to update their scripts either on set during production or within the studio in pre-production.
" [A] four figure tax liability" resulting from this confusion "can be enough to put [a small company] out of business." (53) This example demonstrates a larger concern: "Software transferors and copyholders of all types can perform their various roles confidently and efficiently only after the clarification of applicable rules." (54) Courts should finally acknowledge that the predominant purpose test is unfit for software contracts instead of perpetuating this unworkable regime.
(11) All of the common fields and some 'new broke land' (almost certainly former common grazing land on the Downs recently converted for arable use) were enclosed in 1721 by an agreement between Lady Eyre and the freeholders, copyholders, and leaseholders.