HABENDUM ET TENENDUM

HABENDUM ET TENENDUM

habendum et tenendum (h[schwa]-ben-d[schwa]m et t[schwa]-nen-d[schwa]m). [Law Latin] Hist. To have and to hold. ? This formal phrase appeared in land deeds and defined the estate or interest being transferred. See HABENDUM CLAUSE ; TENENDUM.
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