What is SERVAGE,?

in feudal law, was where a tenant, besides payment of a certain rent, found one or more workmen for his lord’s service. Tomlins. Servanda est consuetudo loci ubi cansa agitur. The custom of the place where the action is brought is to be observed. De- couche v. Savetier, 3 Johns. Ch. (N. Y.) 190, 219, 8 Am. Dec. 478.

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