What was the difference between corvee and quitrent from state taxes and duties?

The corvee and quitrent differed from the state tax and duties in that they were paid directly to their master (feudal lord), and not to the state. The peasants were completely dependent on their master. The corvee involved free work on the lordly land (from two to four days a week). The quitrent assumed that the peasants would transfer their products (products) or money to the owner, since the quitrent was natural and monetary.

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