Definition of Fructuarius

Lat. In the civil law, one who had the usufruct of a thing; i.e., the use of the fruits, profits, or increase, as of land or animals. Bracton applies it to a lessee, fermor, or farmer of land, or one who held lands ad firmam, for a farm or term.

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