Earlier payment to redeem the obligation (Fron; soccage) of a serf (villein) to grant a hunting lord the hunting camp (hunting camp; also: Jagdablager genannt), namely to provide accommodation and food for – the hunters themselves together with the hunting party as a group of people who had to accompany the mounted hunters on foot, – the hunting horses (hunters) and – the hounds (hounds = hunting dogs). – Earlier levy to the hunting lord (master of the hounds) when converting forests into building land, also called stock sheaf, hunter’s hemp and hunter’s sheaf. – Today sometimes still said of hunting lease (pay for hunting rights). – See exemption money, service money, dispensation money, redemption, forestagium, freikaufgeld, Frongeld, dog money, calf money, canon, cheese money, cow money, camp money, Wildbanngeld.
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