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Original Latin

XXVIII

Nullus constabularius, vel alius ballivus noster, capiat blada vel alia catalla alicujus, nisi statim inde reddat denarios, aut respectum inde habere possit de voluntate venditoris.

28

No constable or other bailiff of ours is to take anyone’s corn or other chattels, unless he pays cash for them immediately, or obtains respite of payment with the consent of the seller.

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Clause 29 (The 1215 Magna Carta)

Clause 30 (The 1215 Magna Carta)

Clause 30 (The 1215 Magna Carta)

Magna Carta 1215
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