sasine


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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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During the planning phase, Crossroads Paper project developer Ron Sasine said the company had looked at other states to place the paper mill.
Another TLMI Annual Meeting highlight was the presentation given by Ron Sasine of Hudson Windsor LLC, titled "Retail Packaging & Strategy Execution."
Sheenagh explained: "Sasine is an old Scottish word for seize.
#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 REGISTERS OF SCOTLAND'S SCOTLIS SYSTEM The new, map-based Land Register of Scotland (which replaced the old deed-based General Register of Sasines) has a target for all of Scotland's land to be transferred to the digital map system by 2024 and, to date, around 63% of property in Scotland has been digitally mapped.
These papers consist of charters, sasines and much other material from 1540 to the early 20th Century.