A locally convex space (E, ) has the Mazur Property if and only if every linear -sequential continuous functional is -continuous (see [11]).
In the Banach space setting, a Banach space X is a Mazur space if and only if the dual space X* endowed with the w*-topology has the Mazur property. The Mazur property was introduced by S. Mazur, and, for Banach spaces, it is investigated in detail in [4], where relations with other properties and applications to measure theory are listed. T. Kappeler obtained (see [8]) certain results for the injective tensor product and showed that L1(μ, X), the space of Bochner-integrable functions over a finite and positive measure space (S, σ, μ), is a Mazur space provided X is also, and ℓ1 does not embed in X.