The King v Schir Johne Hay: SCS 6 Feb 1505

All landis halding of the King, utherwayis nor in fre burgage, ar haldin in blanche ferm, or in few ferm, or be service of ward and relief, or in name of pure and fre almonis. De quatuor mod. ten. ter. de Rege.
Item, Landis haldin be ony man, of ony superior or over-lord, reddendo servitia debita et consueta, the samin is understuid to be halden be service of ward and relief, except in his infeftment relation be maid ad formam et tenorem antiquae cartae; for in this cais the manner of halding of the saidis landis sould be reulit and understuid, conform to the halding contenit in the auld chartour, gif ony be

[1505] Mor 16558

Scotland, Land

Updated: 06 January 2022; Ref: scu.554593