According to the Province S, it is called: arrage, stacking, parcière, tasque, warping.
It is a taking away in kind carried out by the lord on the grounds commoners when they are in culture, generally on cereals (easier to preserve), on average a sheaf on eight. The recipient was to come the " quérir" (to seek). One could not claim the not-perceived backs.
As from the 16th century, it is often converted into taxable quota: a reduced payment, but out of money, in particular in Ile-de-France. Champarts in kind remain however until the Revolution, for example in Burgundy.
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