stallage

stallage

[staw-lij]
noun English Law.
1.
the right to set up a stall in a fair or market.
2.
rent paid for such a stall.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Anglo-Latin stallāgium, Anglo-French estalage. See stall1, -age

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