disentail


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dis·en·tail

 (dĭs′ĕn-tāl′)
tr.v. dis·en·tailed, dis·en·tail·ing, dis·en·tails Law
To convert (an entailed estate) to an absolute title.

dis′en·tail′ment n.
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disentail

(ˌdɪsɪnˈteɪl) property law
vb
(Law) to free (an estate) from entail
n
(Law) the act of disentailing; disentailment
ˌdisenˈtailment n
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dis•en•tail

(ˌdɪs ɛnˈteɪl)

v.t.
to free (an estate) from entail.
[1635–45]
dis`en•tail′ment, n.
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disentail


Past participle: disentailed
Gerund: disentailing

Imperative
disentail
disentail
Present
I disentail
you disentail
he/she/it disentails
we disentail
you disentail
they disentail
Preterite
I disentailed
you disentailed
he/she/it disentailed
we disentailed
you disentailed
they disentailed
Present Continuous
I am disentailing
you are disentailing
he/she/it is disentailing
we are disentailing
you are disentailing
they are disentailing
Present Perfect
I have disentailed
you have disentailed
he/she/it has disentailed
we have disentailed
you have disentailed
they have disentailed
Past Continuous
I was disentailing
you were disentailing
he/she/it was disentailing
we were disentailing
you were disentailing
they were disentailing
Past Perfect
I had disentailed
you had disentailed
he/she/it had disentailed
we had disentailed
you had disentailed
they had disentailed
Future
I will disentail
you will disentail
he/she/it will disentail
we will disentail
you will disentail
they will disentail
Future Perfect
I will have disentailed
you will have disentailed
he/she/it will have disentailed
we will have disentailed
you will have disentailed
they will have disentailed
Future Continuous
I will be disentailing
you will be disentailing
he/she/it will be disentailing
we will be disentailing
you will be disentailing
they will be disentailing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disentailing
you have been disentailing
he/she/it has been disentailing
we have been disentailing
you have been disentailing
they have been disentailing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disentailing
you will have been disentailing
he/she/it will have been disentailing
we will have been disentailing
you will have been disentailing
they will have been disentailing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disentailing
you had been disentailing
he/she/it had been disentailing
we had been disentailing
you had been disentailing
they had been disentailing
Conditional
I would disentail
you would disentail
he/she/it would disentail
we would disentail
you would disentail
they would disentail
Past Conditional
I would have disentailed
you would have disentailed
he/she/it would have disentailed
we would have disentailed
you would have disentailed
they would have disentailed
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Translations

disentail

vt (Jur) → das Fideikommiss (+gen), → auflösen
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(205) So while, in England in the 1940s, knowing how to identify an entailed estate and how to disentail it might be `known and understood by every solicitor' (Otter [1953] 1 Ch 280, 285-6) the same might not be so in modern Australian practice.
The Prado absorbed the collections of the Museo de la Trinidad, founded earlier in the century to house Spanish art; much of that had come from disentailed religious establishments such as the College of Dona Maria de Aragon in Madrid, from where parts of El Greco's monumental altarpiece were salvaged.
While there were still boundaries in place, there was also a democratization of space that occurred when some of the disentailed church lands were converted into public parks or gardens.