The Practice of Courts-leet, and Courts-baron: Containing Full and Exact Directions for Holding the Said Courts,...

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E. & R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, 1728 - 510 sider
 

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Side 159 - King's writ of false judgment in respect of the baseness of the estate and tenure, being in the eye of the law but a tenant at will and the freehold being in another; he shall have a petition to the lord in the nature of a writ of false judgment, and therein assign errors and have remedy according to law.** Of formedon in the descender at the common law.
Side 147 - So if out of court he surrender to the lord himself, he need not allege in pleading any custom, but if he surrender out of court into the hands of the lord by the hands of two or three, &c. copyholders, or by the hands...
Side 318 - Day of dpril, which fhall be in the Year of our Lord One thoufand fix...
Side 52 - JB and of either or any of them, of, in and to the fame, or of, in or to any Part or Parcel thereof; and the faid A- PSB and JB do hereby Covenant for themfelves and every of them, and their refpe&ive Executors, &c.
Side 319 - Studd, his heirs, executors, or adminiftrators, or either of them, {hall and do well and truly pay, or caufe to be paid unto the...
Side 39 - ... by copy of court-roll, according to the cuftom of the faid manor...
Side 107 - ... landlord, or his agent, one year's rent, may proceed to execute his judgment: and the sheriff or officer serving the same is hereby impowered and required to levy and pay to the plaintiff, as well the money or tobacco so paid for rent, as the execution money.
Side 49 - MC fhall and will, at the next Court Baron to be held for the faid Manor of, &c . or at any other Time or Times, upon the Requeft, and at the Cofts and Charges of the faid IP.
Side 178 - Wood's lost. v. 4. c. 1. facias may be awarded against the defendant's goods, which may be taken by virtue thereof, and appraised and sold to satisfy the plaintiff; but if the defendant hath no goods whereupon to levy, the plaintiff remains without remedy in this Court, for it being no Court of Record, no Capias lies there, but an Action may be brought at common law upon the judgment entered...

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