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copyholder

a person who held land by COPYHOLD tenure.
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42) Notably, the Courts of Chancery were the first to offer a remedy to copyholders.
The eight copyholders proceeded to frustrate the lessees' project.
Villeinage and copyhold farms were almost non-present in this region of Denmark in the first half of the 19th century, while more than 60% of the farmers on the eastern isles of Denmark were copyholders (Bjorn, 1988).
Space Saver System for today's shrinking office spaces integrates asymmetric task lighting, copyholders, and VDT arm into a compact ergonomic workstation package.
Keyboards, CRT's, copyholders and chairs are often placed at improper and uncomfortable heights.
152) The statutes of 1671 and 1692 effectively transferred the king's rights to the prosperous gentry and excluded those without land; freeholders with rent rolls of at least 100 [pounds sterling] and leaseholders and copyholders worth 150 [pounds sterling] per annum were now entitled to hunt anywhere.
Copyholders were initially glad of the subsidy to their agricultural income.
38) We have no specific evidence on this point for Earls Colne and Colne Priory manors, but it would be a reasonable surmise that at least some copyholders were letting their land to subtenants.
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Brenner -- as Patricia Croot and David Parker have pointed out -- failed to consider either the role of the customary tenant as lessor, or the possibility of land accumulation by copyholders as well as by manorial lords.
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DRM thus allows them to securely protect and distribute their content over the Internet and ensures that the rights of copyholders are upheld.