ad exhaeredationem (ad eks-heer-<<schwa>>-day-shee-oh-n<<schwa>>m). [Law Latin] To
the disinheritance; to the injury of the inheritance.
“The writ of waste calls upon the tenant to appear and shew cause why he hath committed
waste and destruction in the place named, ad exhaeredationem, to the disinherison of the plaintiff.”
3 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 228 (1768). [Blacks Law 8th]