CONTRA FORMAM COLLATIONIS

CONTRA FORMAM COLLATIONIS

contra formam collationis (kon-tr[schwa] for-m[schwa]m k[schwa]-lay-shee-oh-nis). [Latin ¡°against the form of a collation¡±] Hist. A writ to regain lands given to a religious society in exchange for perpetual alms. ? The writ was usu. sought by an heir of the person who had given the land away.
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