CUM HEREZELDIS

CUM HEREZELDIS

cum herezeldis (k[schwa]m her-[schwa]-zel-dis). [Latin] Scots law. With herezelds; with the best things that move. ? The phrase appeared in reference to a tenant’s best horse, cow, or other animal, when the animal was customarily transferred to the landlord on the death of the tenant.
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