rents of assize

rents of assize
The certain and determined rents of the freeholders and ancient copyholders of manors. Apparently so called because they were assized or made certain, and so distinguished from a redditus mobilis, which was a variable or fluctuating rent

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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