Couchant and levant

Definition of Couchant and levant

(Law) rising up and lying down; - said of beasts, and indicating that they have been long enough on land, not belonging to their owner, to lie down and rise up to feed, - such time being held to include a day and night at the least.
- Blackstone.

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