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Breve quod vocatur Praecipe de cetero non fiat alicui de aliquo tenemento unde liber homo amittere possit curiam suam.


The writ called Praecipe is not in future to be issued to anyone for any tenement in respect of which a free man could lose his court.

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The regency government of Peter des Roches (The Itinerary of King John)

Magna Carta 1215
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