fuel, feal and divot

fuel, feal and divot
in Scots property law, the servitude right to go on to another's land and cut peat for fuel or the making of fences.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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  • servitude — ser·vi·tude / sər və ˌtüd, ˌtyüd/ n 1: a condition in which an individual lacks liberty esp. to determine his or her course of action or way of life; specif: the state of being a slave involuntary servitude see also amendment xiii and amendment… …   Law dictionary

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