tenurial

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tenurial (comparative more tenurial, superlative most tenurial)

  1. Of or pertaining to tenure.
    • 1913, Bede Jarrett, Feudalism, article in Catholic Encyclopedia,
      All those who attended these courts did so in virtue of the tenurial obligations.
    • 1976, Mahesh Chandra Regmi, Landownership in Nepal, page 164,
      Rakam tenants were granted a number of tenurial facilities that were not available to cultivators on lands of other categories.
    • 2000, Andrew Graham Young, David Boshier, Timothy James Butler Boyle, Forest Conservation Genetics: Principles and Practice, Volume 1 page 270,
      Community-based tenurial systems are rarely acknowledged by national governments or logging operators in any meaningful way.