infeudation


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infeudation

in feudal law, the act of putting a vassal in possession of a fief, the deed conferring such possession or the consequent relationship of lord and vassal.
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King Eric VI aimed in his prologue to the infeudation of the country as a result of the efforts of all these "good men" in the past.
In other words, the alienation takes place as an infeudation rather than as a substitution.
Then, Claude Thomasset and Rene Laperriere write on the "infeudation"of law schools to the legal profession.