Definition of redisseisin in US English:

redisseisin

(also redisseizin)

noun

Law
historical
  • Repeated disseisin; the action of disseising again; an instance of this.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in John Rastell (c1475–1536), lawyer and printer. From re- + disseisin, after post-classical Latin redisseisina (frequently from 1236 in British sources), Anglo-Norman redisseisine.