Feudal levy

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As feudal refers to the taxes that pay farmers to the owners of the land they land. In contrast to societies with a civil ownership system , in which there are equal leases between the owner and the user of agricultural land , in feudal societies, ownership of the land is also accompanied by a right of domination ( land lordship ). Feudal taxes include not only a proportional share of the income, but also fixed recognition taxes, also known as pensions, with which the user of the land recognizes the owner's rights to rule. So while taxes are based solely on political power and rents are based solely on property, feudal taxes are based on both property and political power.