(noun) The part of a deed that formallydefines the extent of ownership or tenancygranted.
Use "habendum" in a sentence
"V. habeat, quo virum probatissimum, et singulari qu鄊 plurimarum virtutum laude ornatum habendum esse, boni principes censent."
"German text and flourishes at the top, and those broad, horizontal lines of recital, ‘habendum,’ and so forth — marshalled like an army in procession behind his march of triumph into Five Oaks, to take the place of its deposed prince?"
"* Adeo summa justitiae regula est Dei voluntas, ut quicquid vult, eo ipso quod vult, justum habendum sit."