Lat In conveyancing. Rendering; yielding. The technical name of that clause in a conveyance by which the grantor creates or reserves some new tiling to himself, out of what he had before granted ; as “rendering therefor yearly the sum of ten shillings, or a pepper-corn,” etc. That clause in a lease in which a rent is reserved to the lessor, and which commences with the word “yielding.” 2 Bl. Comm. 299.
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