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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.

disentail

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

dis•en•tail

(ˌdɪs ɛnˈteɪl)

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

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
Translations

disentail

vt (Jur) → das Fideikommiss (+gen), → auflösen
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