Excambion
Excambion Ex*cam"bi*on, ||Excambium Ex*cam"bi*um, n. [LL. excambium. See {Excamb}.] (Scots Law) Exchange; barter; -- used commonly of lands. [1913 Webster]

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  • Excambion — NOTOC DefinitionExcambion (Scots law) : The exchange of land. The deed whereby this is effected is termed Contract of Excambion .There is an implied real warranty in this contract, so that if one portion is evicted or taken away on a superior… …   Wikipedia

  • excambion — ex·cam·bi·on …   English syllables

  • excambion — Same as excambium …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • excambion — mbēən noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English (Scots dialect), from Medieval Latin excambium, probably modification of Old French eschange more at exchange Scots law : exchange of land …   Useful english dictionary

  • Excambium — Excambion Ex*cam bi*on, ||Excambium Ex*cam bi*um, n. [LL. excambium. See {Excamb}.] (Scots Law) Exchange; barter; used commonly of lands. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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