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Meaning of Tierce

(Law Fr.; from Lat. tertius). Third. Tierce mien, third hand. Britt. c. 120. TIGNl IMMITTENDI (Lat.) In civil law. A servitude which confers the right of inserting a beam or timber from the wall of one house into that of a neighboring house, in order that it may rest on the latter, and that the wall of the latter may bear this weight. Dig. 8. 2. 36; Dig. 8. 5. 14.


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