the death of such a one, which he held of such a one, has been1 in our hand for a  year and a day, we order you to cause the latter to have full seisin of the aforesaid  land with the appurtenances without delay. Witness etc. There is another writ on  the same matter:
Another writ on the same matter for the restoration of land.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you, if the land which belonged to A.  who was outlawed from our realm (or2 was convicted of theft) has been in our hand  for a year and a day, as it ought to be according to the custom of our realm, to  cause B. the chief lord to have seisin of the aforesaid land in your bailiwick which  belonged to the same A. and which he held of the aforesaid B. and which was taken  into our hand for the aforesaid reason. Witness etc. There is also another writ on  the same matter:
Where land given in maritagium with a daughter from her mother's inheritance has been in the king's hand for a year and a day by reason of a felony committed by that daughter's husband
[for which] 3he has been outlawed in the county court;4 the writ for restoration.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. A. has shown us that, whereas B., her husband,  who has died and she, A., gave C. so much land with the appurtenances in such a  vill in maritagium with D., her daughter, from the inheritance of the same A., the  aforesaid C., accused of the death of E., fled because of that death and refused to  stand trial and accept the judgment of such a county court, because of which the  aforesaid land with the appurtenances came into our hand and has been5 in our  hand for a year and a day and more, as is said, Therefore we order you in accordance  with the law and custom of our realm of England to cause A., of whose fee the  aforesaid land is part, as she says, and to whom it ought to revert according to the  assise of our realm,6 to have full seisin of it without delay. Lest further etc. Witness  etc. It occasionally happens that he to whom the king granted his term alienates  the land within the year and day, or having it in his hand does not restore it to the  chief lord. Let a writ then issue to the sheriff in this form:
A writ where the king has alienated within his term or his bailiffs
[have done so].  The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order A. that rightfully etc. he render to B. so  much land with the appurtenances in such a vill in which A. has no entry save  through us who committed that land to him for a year and a day after it had come  into our hand, and which such a one, who was outlawed (or hanged) for the death  of such a one, held of C., the father (or grandfather or other ancestor)