Definition of "vouchee" [vouch•ee]

  • The person who is vouched, or called into court to support or make good his warranty of title in the process of common recovery. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vouchee" in a sentence
  • "Hence a man could summon no one but his grantor, and the successive vouchers came to an end when the last vouchee could not call on another from whom he had bought."
  • "IhatT. feifed, dcvifbd to wife for life, temainder to R. in tail, remainder to heirs of T. the wife, in a common recovery vouched R. to warranty, who vouched the common vouchee to the ufe of the wife for life, remainder to R. in fee; the wife died, and lards djcendedxo defendant."
  • "In a recovery with double voucher, the tenant or proprietor of the land con - veys an eftate of freehold to fome indifferent pcrfon againft whom the v/rit is brought; the tenant to the precipe then vouches the proprietor of the land, who vouches over the common vouchee."
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