Definition of alienor in English:

alienor

Line breaks: alien¦or
Pronunciation: /ˌeɪlɪəˈnɔː
 
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noun

Law
Old-fashioned term for grantor.
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  • It may be of greater significance however that the alienors were of Ngati Paoa when, as contemporary evidence discloses, Ngati Maru had also a claim to the land.
  • Every instrument of alienation to which section 160 of the Act applies shall be accompanied by a declaration by the alienors.
  • Such other object or purpose shall be directly or indirectly associated with or relating to the descendants of the original Maori alienors.

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