and in all other things. And when that extent and valuation have been made,  then by their oath cause all that land with the appurtenances to be divided equally  into two, so that each portion is equal to the other. And partition having been so  made, cause each of them to have and to be assigned his part, saving to the same B.  so much of the land which he retains to himself and his heirs without the part [which  the same A. has with him].1 and also saving to him his seniority. And what and where  and by what parcels you assign his share to each make known to us or our justices  etc. at such a place and day, clearly, distinctly, and openly by your sealed letters and  by four lawful men from among those by whom that partition was made. And have  there this writ and the names of those by whose oath you made that partition.  Witness etc. There is another writ of the same kind directed to the sheriff, but in a  different form.
Writ that one be present to take the oath of the extenders if the extent is to be made outside the county.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you, setting aside all delay, to be present  on such a day and at such a place to take the oath of such a one and his associates,  chosen to make an extent and valuation of the lands and tenements of such an  honour, in accordance with what is contained in our letters patent which will then  be shown you. And if necessary cause to come before these knights others of the  same honour whom the aforesaid knights desire to call, that they be aids to these  knights on their oath in making the said extent and valuation. And when that  extent and valuation has been rightfully made, cause such a one to have full seisin  of all the lands and tenements of the said honour with the appurtenances. Witness  etc. Sometimes the knights fail to come to make the extent in response to the  king's first order, or if they do the sheriff does negligently what he was enjoined to do.  If the knights do not come let them be ordered again, by this writ.
Writ where the extenders have done nothing in response to the first order.
 The king to his beloved and faithful A. B. C. and D., greeting. Well we remember  that at another time we informed you that in our court before etc. A. and B.  chose you by common consent, that by your oath all the lands and tenements  of such an honour
1. sine parte quam idem A. habet cum eo, as supra 213