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First published 2002 (DOST Vol. XI).

(Vailȝeabillie,) Valiabl(i)e, adv. [Vailȝeabil(l adj.] Validly, in law. Quot. Hope may belong in Vailȝeabil(l adj. 2. — 1623 Breadalbane Doc. No. 457.
To deulie valiablie sufficientlie & effectuallie resigne renunce vpgeve & … overgif freilie be staff and bastoun as vse is … all and heall the foirsaid … land
a1633 Hope Major Pract. I 167.
Resignation denudes the resigner altogidder of the heretabill rytt and property of the landis, so that … he can transferr no right valiable to any wther

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