A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
Registratio(u)n(e, -acione, n. [med. L. registration-, f. registrāre Register v., e.m.E. registration (once, 1611; then 1712). Cf. obs. F. registration (16th c.).] The act of registering or recording. b. An instance of this; an entry made to record something.
Clause of registration, a clause in a deed providing for it to be properly registered.
(1) Anent the registracione of letteris of newe infeftment confirmacion etc.; ?1567 Acts II Table 4/1.
Registratioun of ane appunctuament betuix my lord governour and James Hammiltoun; Ib. 33/2.
Vpoun the bak of it … day and dait of the registratioun with the nowmer of the leiffis of the buik; 1592 Ib. III 569/2.
Incais of registratioun of thir presentis in our default; 1609 Stewart Mem. 121.
Decreit of registratioun; 1611 Scrymgeour Invent. 53.
Registratione; Hope Major Pract. II 87.
The same deues as is payed for the registration of seasines; 1685 Acts VIII 478/1.
The … acts appointing registers of sasines … has been much frustrated because these writs could not be insert in the register for a considerable time after the days appointed for registration thereof; 1692 Acts Sederunt ii 201.
(2) The apparent heir … is not obliged to go to all other registers, not being able to know the clauses of registration, or in what courts the writs are to be registered; Stair Inst. iv xxxiii §4.
Ane bill … oblidging [the Earl Marshal] … to warrant [etc.] … with the ordinar clauses of registratione [pr. regratione]; 1661 Aberd. Council Lett. IV 136.
Remember, that immediately before the clause of registration, ye insert the faculty reserved by the father to himself; Dallas Stiles v 705.
b. 1617 Acts IV 546/1 (see Register n.1 2 a).
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