Mor 6407
Subject_1 IMPLIED DISCHARGE and RENUNCIATION.
Subject_2 SECT. I.
Whether acting as Superior, by receiving Casualties, implies a Discharge of any Claim to the Property.
Date: The Bishop of Dumblane
28 July 1553
The superior receiving a part of the feu-duty, cannot afterwards reduce ob non solutum canonem.
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Gif ony spirituall or temporall man gevis and settis ony landis in few to ony persoun, for payment of ane sowme of money zeirlie, as feu-maill, or for uther service, gratitude or gude deid to be done to him zeirlie thairfoir; and efter the setting of the said few, and date of the chartour, ressavis ony part of the few-maill, or ony uther dewtie, conforme to the chartour, he thairby ratifyis and apprevis the fewar as his tenant, and thairfoir may not persew him for reduction of his few.
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