What is AGIST?

In ancient law. To take in and feed the cattle of strangers in the king’s forest, and to collect the money due for the same to the king’s use. Spelman; Cowell. In modern law. To take in cattle to feed, or pasture, at a certain rate of compensation. See AGISTMENT.

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