Appendant Law and Legal Definition
Appendant means appurtenant. It signifies belonging to another more important thing.
The following is an example of a case law referring to appendant:
An appendant is that, which beyond memory has belonged to another thing more worthy. One thing is said to be appendant, when it has been immemorially connected with another. [New-Ipswich W. L. Factory v. Batchelder, 3 N.H. 190, 192 (N.H. 1825)].