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sasine

(ˈsesɪn; ˈseɪ-)
n
(Law) Scots law the granting of legal possession of feudal property
[C17: Scots variant of seisin]
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Another TLMI Annual Meeting highlight was the presentation given by Ron Sasine of Hudson Windsor LLC, titled "Retail Packaging & Strategy Execution.
TO legally own it and be exempt from a challenge by you, the ground must have been held for 10 years, openly and peaceably, without judicial interruption, and the claim must be founded upon a recorded deed, in the Land or Sasine Register.
That information comes thanks to Charlotte Crowe of Edinburgh, who checked for me in the Sasine Abridgements for Midlothian and the 1841 census of Scotland.
The aircraft was crewed by Senior Turbine Test Pilot Ken Sasine and co-pilot Dan Brand.
The airplane, piloted by Bill Watters, Vice President of Flight Operations, and Ken Sasine, Senior Turbine Test Pilot, achieved a smooth takeoff as it flew the pattern for its intended 34-minute maiden flight at Centennial Airport (KAPA), Englewood, Colorado.
It is these residual titles in the General Register of Sasines that must now be registered in the Land Register.