What is SEAL?

made by a tenant by knight-service in lieu of actual service. 2 Bl. Comm. 74. A pecuniary aid or tribute originally reserved by particular lords, instead or in lieu of personal service, varying in amount according to the expenditure which the lord had to incur in his personal attendance upon the king in his wars. Wright, Ten. 121- 134.

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