Entry for marriage In speech

Definition of Entry for marriage In speech

A writ of entry causa matrimonii prxioquuti existed in old English law where lands or tenements were given to a man upon condition that he would take the donor to be his wife within a certain time, and he did not espouse her within the said term, or espoused another woman, or made himself priest.

That's the definition of Entry for marriage In speech in Black's Law Dictionary 6th Edition. Courtesy of Cekhukum.com.