reddendum

noun red·den·dum \-ndəm\

Definition of reddendum

plural

reddenda

\-ndə\
  1. :  a clause in a deed usually following the tenendum by which some new thing (as rent) is reserved out of what had been granted before

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Origin and Etymology of reddendum

Latin, neuter of reddendus, gerundive of reddere to give back, hand over, yield, grant — more at render


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