Dilapidations in English law, is the name given to the waste committed by the incumbent of an ecclesiastical living. By the general law a tenant for life has no power to cut down timber, destroy buildings, etc. (voluntary waste), or to let buildings fall into disrepair (permissive waste). See Encyclop. Brit. (9th ed.) s.v.

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