ardhel

ardhel
arthel, ardhel, or arddelio
In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • ardhel — arthel, ardhel, or arddelio In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony …   Black's law dictionary

  • ardhel — Same as arthel …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • arthel — arthel, ardhel, or arddelio In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony …   Black's law dictionary

  • arddelio — arthel, ardhel, or arddelio In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony …   Black's law dictionary

  • arthel — arthel, ardhel, or arddelio In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony …   Black's law dictionary

  • arddelio — arthel, ardhel, or arddelio In old English law, to avouch; as if a man were taken with stolen goods in his possession he was allowed a lawful arthel, Le., vouchee, to clear him of the felony …   Black's law dictionary

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