a person to whom property is alienated.
The purchaser or alienee brought an action against the tenant-in-tail, alleging that he had no legal title to the land.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 3 Various
Nor was the alienee, doubtless, to be taxed without his own consent, any more than another tenant in capite.
View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages, Vol. 3 (of 3) Henry Hallam
(law) a person to whom a transfer of property is made
a person who transfers property. noun (law) a person who transfers property to another
a person who transfers property. Historical Examples This good soul has given alienor rather more of bookish learning than Franois will probably obtain. Life on a Mediaeval Barony William Stearns Davis Olivier and alienor are served by two barons as squires of state. Life on a Mediaeval Barony William Stearns Davis Conon, too, has beset […]
- Alieni generis
of another kind.
- Alieni juris
under the control of another, as a lunatic or infant.