Feuda Individual Law and Legal Definition

Feuda individual refers to impartible feuds or fees; that is, feuds or fees which were so made that they could descend only to the eldest son.

In England, “When the Emperors, began to create honorary feuds or titles of nobility, it was found necessary (in order to preserve their dignity) to make them impartible, or (at they styled them) feuda individual, and in consequence descendible to the eldest son alone." [Union Bank of Florida v. Heirs & Terretenants of Powell, 3 Fla. 175, 198 (Fla. 1850)].