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Anciennes loix des françois conservées dans les coutumes engloises recueillies par Littleton, Vol. II

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Author: David Houard
Published: 1779
Language: French
Wordcount: 153,045 / 669 pg
LoC Category: HM
Downloads: 1,026
Added to site: 2010.05.09
mnybks.net#: 27662
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Non-fiction
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unde se essoniaverit in curia mea versus R. sit languor vel non. Et si viderint quod sit languor, tunc ponant ei diem à die visonis in unum annum & unum diem quod sit coram me vel Justiciis meis, vel sufficientem responsalem mittat inde responsurum. Et si viderint quod non sit languor, tunc ponant ei certum diem quo veniat, vel sufficientem responsalem mittat, inde responsurum. Et summone per bonos summonitores predictos quatuor milites, quod tunc sint ibi ad testificandum visum suum, & quem diem ei posuerint & habeas ibi summonitores & hoc breve, T. &c.

VIII.

Le Bref pour faire la visite d'un terrein litigieux étoit rédigé à peu près de même; il s'appelloit Breve ad Videndum.

Rex Vice-Comiti, &c. Precipio, &c. quod mittas liberos homines & legales de visineto, de illa villa, ad videndum unam hidam terræ in villa illa quam M. clamat versus R. & unde placitum est inter eos

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