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Related to disseisin: disseizin
dis·sei·zinor dis·sei·sin (dĭs-sē′zĭn)
Wrongful removal of a person from real property that is lawfully possessed.
[Middle English disseisine, from Anglo-Norman, variant of Old French dessaisine : des-, dis- + seisine, seisin; see seisin.]
(Law) the act of disseising or state of being disseised
[C14: from Old French dessaisine; see dis-1, seisin]
the process of wrongfully or unlawfully dispossessing a person of his rightful real property.See also: Crime
the process of wrongfully or unlawfully dispossessing a person of his rightful real property; deprivation of seizin.See also: Property and Ownership