admittance defined in 1939 yearadmittance - Admittance;
admittance - Term used in English law. On a change of ownership of a copyhold the new tenant had to be admitted by the lord of the manor, who was always, or nearly always, entitled to a fine for the admittance. This used to take place in a court, attended by the tenants of the manor. The Law of Property Act, 1922, abolished copyhold tenure as from.Tan. 1, 1926.
In electricity, admittance is the reciprocal of impedance (q.v.), applied particularly to alternating current circuits.
near admittance in Knolik
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