In Scotland a village is erected upon a species of landright, very different from the copyhold so frequent in England.
It has no copyhold lands, nor are there any records of manor courts.
You ought to hear how she got the copyhold of her house extended.
The Manor comprises 1,200 acres, none of which is now copyhold.
copyhold tenure with its inconvenient incidents should be converted into freehold.
But copyhold is necessarily transferred in court, while freehold is not.
copyhold had long been established in practice before it was formally recognized by the law.
The steward also usually presides at the copyhold courts of the manor.
His religion is part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion.
As for the days' works of the copyhold tenants, they also were turned into money.'