and let the rents and issues of those lands be safely kept. Witness etc. There is  another writ of the same kind, where the sheriff was negligent and the extent is  contested.
Writ where an extent has been improperly made.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Well we remember that at another time we  ordered you, taking with you twelve etc. (and so let the whole matter be inserted, as  above, and at the end let this be said) And whereas you have done nothing as we  have heard (or And whereas the said A. complains that the said extent and partition  was improperly made since you assigned to the same A. as his portion only a  third part of that land, where you ought to have assigned him half or made some  other error, the whole complaint of the plaintiff being inserted) therefore we order  you as we did at another time, to go, taking with you twelve etc. (as above). And  at the end let this warning be added, And so conduct yourself in this matter that  we not be forced by your negligence or your disregard of this our precept to take  sterner measures with you. And note that writs for making extents are always  varied according to the various kinds of records of judgments or concords.1 If knights  ought to come from one county to another for making the extent and valuation  in conjunction with knights from the second county, as will be explained more  fully below in the tractate on warranties, of the giving of escambium,2 then let the  writ, which is called an interlaced3 writ, be in this form.
An interlaced writ, where knights of two counties must come together to make an extent.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you, on the day and at the place  which our beloved and faithful men, such persons, shall make known to you, to  cause to come before them eight men, knights as well as other free men etc., by  whom the business may the better be expedited, that by their oath, together with  the twelve chosen in such a county, such lands may be extended and valued in  demesnes, villeinages etc. (as above) in accordance with what is more fully contained  in our letters patent directed to those same persons, for this matter constituted  our justices. And have etc. Witness etc. There is another writ of the same  kind, where the partition and extent are contested after partition has been made.4
Another writ on the same matter.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you without delay to choose twelve  knights of your county (or of your counties) who according