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Feudal tenants are the folks who rent betterments from a feudal landlord.

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In what order are serfs vassals and tenants ranked under a king in the feudal system?

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Use of old feudal charters to gain all profits that can be extracted from them. Examples would be in mid-18th century America in several colonies but they eventually caused serious problems between landowners and tenants.


Who farmed feudal estates in middle ages?

Feudal estates were farmed by peasants. For much of the Middle Ages, the peasants were serfs, which meant that they were bound to the estates and not allowed to move away. There were some places where a lot of them were slaves. There were also places were they were mostly free peasants who were tenants on the estates.


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What duties did knight have under the feudal system?

The knights granted land to the peasants and serve in the army. The knights get land from tenants in cheif, and the peasants make payments to the knights. Hope i helped :) KayKayBear!~


What are the Kinds of tenants in the Philippines?

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