Fief d’haubert (or d’hauberk)

Definition of Fief d’haubert (or d’hauberk)

Fr. In Norman feudal law, a fief or fee held by the tenure of knight-service; a knight’s fee. 2 Bl.Comm. 62. A fee held on the military tenure of appearing fully armed on the ban and arriere-ban.

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