Warrandice
Warrandice War"ran*dice, n. [See {Warrantise}.] (Scots Law) The obligation by which a person, conveying a subject or a right, is bound to uphold that subject or right against every claim, challenge, or burden arising from circumstances prior to the conveyance; warranty. [Written also {warrandise}.] --Craig. [1913 Webster]

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  • warrandice — A warranty. See absolute warrandice …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warrandice — noun A form of warranty, in Scots law, in which a person conveying property, was held liable for any outstanding claims on the property …   Wiktionary

  • warrandice — war·ran·dice …   English syllables

  • warrandice — ˈwärəndə̇s noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French warandise, alteration of Old North French warantise guarantee more at warrantise : an obligation or clause by which a grantor binds himself that the right conveyed will be… …   Useful english dictionary

  • absolute warrandice — (Scotch). An absolute warranty, whereby the grantor warrants against every imperfection in the thing or right conveyed …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warrandise — Warrandice War ran*dice, n. [See {Warrantise}.] (Scots Law) The obligation by which a person, conveying a subject or a right, is bound to uphold that subject or right against every claim, challenge, or burden arising from circumstances prior to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • varandeisse — obs. Sc. form of warrandice …   Useful english dictionary

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