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1A granting of land by a feudatory to an inferior to hold on the same terms as the grantor holds it from a superior; a transfer of land by a subfeu; a piece of land granted on these terms.
2The practice or system of granting land by a subinfeudation; the relation or tenure established by this system.
Early 18th century. From post-classical Latin subinfeudation-, subinfeudatio from sub- + infeudatio.
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