Law to deprive wrongfully of real property; dispossess unlawfully
also sp. dis·seise′
Origin of disseizeMiddle English disseisen ; from Anglo-French disseisir ; from Old French dessaisir: see dis- and amp; seize
transitive verbdis·seized, dis·seiz·ing, dis·seiz·es also dis·seised or dis·seis·ing or dis·seis·es Law
To remove (a party) wrongly from real property that is lawfully possessed.
Origin of disseizeMiddle English disseisen, from Anglo-Norman disseisir, variant of Old French dessaisir : des-, dis- + saisir, to seize; see seize.
(third-person singular simple present disseizes, present participle disseizing, simple past and past participle disseized)