Lat To forfeit; to lose an estate or other property on account of somecriminal or illegal act. To confiscate.To act beyond the law, i. e., to transgress or infringe the law; to commit an offenseor wrong; to do any act against or beyond the law. See Co. Litt. 59a; Du Cange; Spelman.Forisfacere, i. e., extra legem sen con- suetudinem facere. Co. Litt. 59. Foris- faccrc,i. e., to do something beyond law or custom.