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sasine

feudal possession of land in Scotland. Where this is not recorded in the LAND REGISTER, it is achieved by recording in the REGISTER OF SASINES.
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"The way we buy is changing, with massive shifts in consumer behavior, shopper preferences and retailer strategies," Sasine declared.
Drawing on his broad experience in both the packaging and retail industries, Sasine shared his insights into the role of labels and packaging play in the new commercial environment and discussed ways that printers and packagers can thrive.
"The Sasines Register served Scotland well, until the new map-based regime came in to force in 1979."
Steel's experience, as that of the workers' co-op and civic endeavours, is compared to the overall pattern derived from Rodger's massive research into civic documents, like tax rolls, and the reams of feu-charters registered in the "sasines," or what might be called the feudal rolls.
This seems probable, since Chancellor Dunfermline was, with little difficulty, able to persuade the king to re-activate the Register of Sasines in the parliament of 1617.
The properties are located at over 60 locations throughout the region, many of which involve multiple land titles.Approximately 37 HIE titles are already registered in the Land Register with the remaining 150 being recorded in the General Register of Sasines. It is these residual titles in the General Register of Sasines that must now be registered in the Land Register.The contract is anticipated to be awarded for two years with an optional 1 year extension with an estimated total value (over the 3 years) being between 270 000GBP and 300 000GBP excluding VAT.
Isla's property had been owned by the same person for more than 50 years and the title deeds were still registered on an old system - the Register of Sasines.