damage feasant English Law

damage feasant English Law
damage feasant English Law ['fi:z(ə)nt]
noun damage done on one person's land by another person's trespassing animal, which justifies the landowner in retaining the animal until compensated.
adverb on grounds of damage caused to land or property.
Origin
C16: from OFr. damage fesant 'doing damage'.

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