See also:law, a royal
See also:privilege or branch of the
See also:prerogative subsisting in the hands of a subject . A franchise is an incorporeal hereditament, and arises either from royal grants or from
See also:prescription which presupposes a
See also:grant . Such franchises are bodies corporate, the right to hold a
See also:fair, market,
See also:fishery, &c . The
See also:term is also applied to the right of voting at elections and the qualifications upon which that right is based (see
See also:VOTE) . In the
See also:United States the term is especially applied to the right or
See also:powers of partial appropriation of public
See also:property by exclusive use, or to a privilege of a public nature conferred on a corporation created for the purpose .
FRANCIA (c. 1450-1517)
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