of the bishop's grace,1 the aforesaid B. may have it. Therefore we order you, notwithstanding  the claim of the same B., to admit on the presentation of the same A. a suitable  parson to the same church, saving however to the same B. the said payment of  six marks with the aforesaid increase, if he may have that of your grace and with  decency. If one recovers his presentation by judgment, by virtue of the farm he has  of some manor with all its appurtenances, no reservation having been made, then let  the writ to the bishop be in this form.
If there is recovery by judgment by reason of a farm.
 2The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that A. in our court before our justices  etc. by the decision of our same court recovered seisin of his presentation to such a  church against B., because the aforesaid A. has the manor of N. at farm from the  aforesaid B. with all its appurtenances, no reservation made (or with certain things  specially reserved but without mention made of the advowson) as appears clearly  by the charter of the same B. which the same A. produced in our same court before  our same justices and which the same B. in the same court acknowledged. Therefore  we order you, notwithstanding the claim of the said B., to admit a suitable parson to  the said church on the presentation of the aforesaid A. by reason of the aforesaid  farm, in accordance with what was said above. Witness etc.
If charters are produced against a minor.
 If a minor within age brings an assise and the charters of his ancestors are put forward  against him, to which, being under age, he cannot answer (or if one brings a writ of  quare impedit against him and produces a charter in court to which the minor cannot  answer) so that the plea must of necessity remain until he reaches full age, in order3  that he who is under age may in no way be prejudiced,4 by counsel of the court let the  parties choose a clerk and present in common, reserving a certain minimum payment,  as was said above,5 and let a writ issue to the ordinary of the place in this form.
Writ for the admission of a clerk where the parties agree upon a clerk because of a minor who cannot answer to charters.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that when A. who is under age sought  against B. in our court before our justices etc. the advowson of such a church by an  assise of darrein presentment there summoned between them, it was finally agreed  between them that they should jointly present a suitable parson