What is FUER?

In old English law. Flight. It is of two kinds: (1) Fuer in fait, or in facto, wherea person does apparently and corporally flee; (2) fuer in lev, or in lege,when, being called in the county court, he does not appear, which legal interpretationmakes flight. Wharton.

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