the taking of that jury the tenant or the plaintiff dies. The heir is then aided in the  same way as above,1 in the assise of novel disseisin, for ubi eadem ratio ibi idem jus,  with [the clause or] without it, as above. The form of the writ is this: [as below  [in the portion] on convictions.]2
If a termor is ejected from his term before its expiration.
 We have explained above how one ejected from his free tenement may be restored.  Now we must explain [what the remedy is] if one is ejected from a usufruct, from3  the use and occupation of a tenement which he holds for a term of years not yet expired.  [In one and the same tenement one person may have the free tenement and  another the usufruct, the use and occupation.] Such persons, when they were ejected  before the expiration of their term, once sued by writ of covenant, but because that  writ did not lie between any persons, only between him who had given the land to  farm and for a term and him who had accepted it, [because] the obligation of agreement  could not bind others, and also because even between such persons the matter  could hardly be determined without difficulty, by counsel of the court [a remedy] is  provided the termor against any who have ejected him by this writ.
Writ for recovering a term.
 4The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order A. rightfully and without delay to restore  to B. so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill which the same A. demised  to him (that is, [if he who demised ejects]; 5<Or thus, if such a one has made you  secure etc. (as6 below) [then summon C. etc.] to show why he deforces [B.] of so much  land with the appurtenances in such a vill, which such a one [A.] demised to [B.] for  a term which has not yet passed, within which term the aforesaid [A.] sold [the land]  to C., who by reason of that sale ejected the aforesaid B. from the said land, as he  says. And have there etc. Witness etc. If this writ lies against a stranger who, because  of the sale made to him had a reason of a kind [to eject], if he ejects the termor, it lies  a fortiori against the lord who demised and ejects without any reason.> if someone  other than he who demised ejects, then thus): Order C. of N. [etc. to restore to B.  etc. which A.] demised to him for a term not yet passed, within which term the aforesaid  A. (or the aforesaid C.) wrongfully ejected the same B. from the same land (or  from his term) as he says. And unless he does so and [if] the aforesaid B. has made  you secure, then summon etc. This writ may also be drawn, according to some, in  this way, thus: If A. has made you secure etc. then summon B. to be before etc. to  answer the said A. as to why he wrongfully ejected