Feodatory, or feudatory

Definition of Feodatory, or feudatory

In feudal law, the grantee of a feod, feud, or fee; the vassal or tenant who held his estate by feudal service. Blackstone uses "feudatory.” 2 Bl.Comm. 46.

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