In Canada, the seigneurs had their land farmed by the colonists. In return, the settlers paid rents, either giving them a portion of the harvest or performing work. Among other things, the seigneurs had to provide the colonists with mills, roads and forests. And this, for How many days of work?
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Usually, the colonist had to provide three days of work per year. But, it was possible to get out of this by paying 40 sols for each day of work.