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" Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain. 18. Assizes of novel disseisin, and of mort d'ancestor, and of darrien presentment, shall not be taken but in their proper counties, and after this manner : We, or, if... "
History of the conquest of England by the Normans, tr. by W. Hazlitt - Page 353
by Jacques Nicolas Augustin Thierry - 1847
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The Statutes, Volume 1

Law - 1870
...shall be distrained to do more service for a knight's fee, nor any freehold, than therefore is due. Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain. Assises of novel disseisin and of mortdauncestor shall not be taken but in [the1] shires,...
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The General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Kentucky - Law - 1873 - 955 pages
...all their liberties and free customs. CHAPTER X. None shall Distrain for more Service than is Due. No man shall be distrained to perform more service...fee, or other free tenement, than is due from thence. CHAPTER XI. Common Picas shall not follow the King's Court. Common pleas shall not follow our court,...
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The Institutes of English Public Law: Embracing an Outline of General ...

David Nasmith - Conflict of laws - 1873 - 455 pages
...and once to marry his eldest daughter ; and for this there shall be only paid a reasonable aid. 16. No man shall be distrained to perform more service...fee, or other free tenement, than is due from thence. . . . 19. And if any matters cannot be determined on the day appointed for holding the assizes in each...
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History of the English Institutions

Philip Vernon Smith - Constitutional history - 1873 - 303 pages
...inconvenience which this occasioned to private suitors, there was inserted in Magna Carta the article, " Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain." Thenceforth the Curia became divided into two branches — the Curia Regis proper,...
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A Primer of the English Constitution and Government: For the Use of Colleges ...

Sheldon Amos - Constitutional law - 1875 - 243 pages
...and once to marry his eldest daughter ; and for this there shall be only paid a reasonable aid. 16. No man shall be distrained to perform more service...not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain. 1 8. Trials upon the Writs of Novel Disseisin,1 and of Mort d'ancestor,2 and of Darrein...
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A Primer of the English Constitution and Government: For the Use of Colleges ...

Sheldon Amos - Constitutional law - 1877 - 243 pages
...and once to marry his eldest daughter ; and for this there shall be only paid a reasonable aid. 16. No man shall be distrained to perform more service...fee, or other free tenement, than is due from thence. 1 7. Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain. 1 8. Trials...
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Choice chips of revenue lore, from 1660 to 1876 [by R.E.].

R. E - 1877
...certain place ; and in all letters of such summons we will declare the cause of the summons. * * * No man shall be distrained to perform more service for a knight's fee, or other free tenements than is due from thence." quish. After much altercation, he proposed to resign these prerogatives...
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American Bastile: A History of the Illegal Arrests and Imprisonment of ...

John A. Marshall - Martial law - 1881 - 768 pages
...distrained to do more service for a knight's fee or other free tenement, than what is justly due therefrom. 17. Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some certain place. IS. Trials upon the writs of novel disseisin, mart (Tancestre, and darrcin presentment, shall be taken...
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Wharton's Law-lexicon: Forming an Epitome of the Law of England; and ...

John Jane Smith Wharton - Law - 1883 - 882 pages
...for a knight's fee than was due, all which has been abolished . The llth chapter enacts that :— The Common Pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some place certain. See COMMON PLEAS ;• ROYAL COURTS. The 12th chapter relates to assizes, and provides...
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An Introduction to Municipal Law: Designed for General Readers and for ...

John Norton Pomeroy - Law - 1886 - 570 pages
...Charta, intended to rectify the abuse of the transitory character of the king's council, ordered that, " Common pleas shall not follow our court, but shall be holden in some certain place." The term common pleas in this connection, designates the judicial trial of all private civil suits,...
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