Disseise - definition of disseise by The Free Dictionary
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dis·seize also dis·seise (dĭs-sēz′) tr.v. dis·seized
To remove (a party) wrongly from real property that is lawfully possessed.
disseisen, from Anglo-Norman disseisir, variant of Old French dessaisir : des-, dis- + saisir, to seize; see seize.] disseise ( dɪsˈsiːz) or disseize vb
tr) property law to deprive of seisin; wrongfully dispossess of a freehold interest in land
[C14: from Anglo-Norman
desseisir, from dis- 1 + seize]
disˈseisor, disˈseizor n disseise Past participle: disseised Gerund: disseising Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative disseise disseise
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