Sentence example with the word 'escheat'


Definition n. a reversion to the state

Last update: June 26, 2015


"You dare not escheat his estates yet," replied the prior stubbornly.   [Please select]


] and all and sundry his movable goods and gear escheat and inbrought to his Majesty's use.   [Please select]


A _Protest against Law Taxes_, printed in 1793, was published in 1795 together with _Supply without Burthen, or Escheat vice Taxation_, written in 1794.   [Please select]


The escheated property was held by the Government until 1896 and meanwhile, the Mormon Church submitted to the law and made a formal declaration that it had abandoned polygamy.   [Please select]

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