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feu

1. Scot Legal history
a. a feudal tenure of land for which rent was paid in money or grain instead of by the performance of military service
b. the land so held
2. Scots Law a right to the use of land in return for a fixed annual payment (feu duty)
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#FEU duties have always been separate from title to land so, when your mother paid off the feu duty, it does not mean she acquired title.
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