disherison


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disherison

(dɪsˈhɛrɪzən)
n
(Law) archaic the deprivation of an inheritance

disherison

Archaic. 1. the act of disinheriting.
2. the condition of being disinherited.
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ordinance which shall be to the disherison or diminution of the
First, since the statute attempted to curb acts "in prejudice and disherison of our lord the King," this could not apply to Chancery, since the king cannot he disinherited of jurisdiction by his own prerogative court.
or in exile of men to the disherison of him in the reversion or remainder" (I.