DE CAPITALIBUS DOMINUS FEODI
de capitalibus dominus feodi (dee kap-[schwa]-tay-l[schwa]-b[schwa]s dom-[schwa]-n[schwa]s fee-[schwa]-dI). [Law Latin] Hist. From the highest lord of the fee. ? This term was primarily used in old charters to state that the tenure of an estate was to be held of the chief lord of the fee, rather than of the immediate grantor.
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