fine sur concessit (fIn s[schwa]r k[schwa]n-ses-it). [Law French] Hist. A species of conveyance in which the cognizor does not acknowledge the cognizee’s preceding right in land but grants the cognizee an estate de novo, usu. for life or a term of years, by way of supposed composition. See FINE (1).
What is the preferred translation of the term FINESUR CONCESSIT by Chinese lawyers?
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