British History. a municipal tax assessed proportionately upon the members of a community.
pay scot and lot, to pay in full; settle finally.
scot and lot
(Brit, history) a municipal tax paid by burgesses and others that came to be regarded as a qualification for the borough franchise in parliamentary elections (until the Reform Act of 1832)


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