SEQUESTRARI FACIAS

SEQUESTRARI FACIAS

sequestrari facias (see-kwes-trair-Ifay-shee-[schwa]s), n. [Law Latin ¡°you are to cause to be sequestered¡±] Hist. Eccles. law. A process to enforce a judgment against a clergyman in a benefice, by which the bishop was ordered to sequester a church’s rents, tithes, or other profits until the debt was paid.
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