to the same church, saving the right of each when the same A. who is now under age  comes of full age. And therefore we order you to admit, on the presentation of the  same A. and B., saving the right of each of them when the same A. comes of age, in  accordance with what was said above, a suitable parson to the same church. Witness  etc.
Another form of writ on the same subject.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that when A. the guardian of the son and  heir of B. was summoned in our court before our justices etc. to answer such an abbot  as to why he impeded the same abbot from presenting a suitable parson to the church  of N., which is vacant, the same A. said that the advowson of the church belonged to  him by reason of the said heir, [whereupon] the abbot appeared in the same court and  produced the charters of such a one, the ancestor of the said heir, on the evidence of  which he asserted that the right of advowson of the same church belonged to him.  Finally a settlement was reached between the abbot and A. by common consent that  they would together choose a clerk and present him to you, saving however to each  of them, the abbot and the heir, his right for the future, both on the possession as  on the property, so that neither of them may lose any of their right of possession or  property when the aforesaid heir comes to his inheritance. Therefore we order you  to admit, on the presentation of the aforesaid abbot and A., a suitable parson to the  same church, saving the right of each when the aforesaid heir comes of age, in accordance  with what was said above. Witness etc. And that when the heir is a minor a  clerk ought to be chosen by common consent and jointly presented is shown [in a case]  of Michaelmas term in the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth years of king  Henry, in the county of Derby, an assise of darrein presentment concerning the  church of Ilkeston.1 Another writ on the same matter, where a clerk is presented by  the common consent of those who are of full age, where the plea was by writ of right.
Concerning the admission of a clerk where one is presented by the common consent of several who are of full age.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that it was agreed in our court before our  justices etc. between A. the plaintiff and B. the deforciant with respect to the advowson  of the church of N. with the appurtenances, as to which there was a plea between  them in the same court, that the aforesaid A. and B. should choose a suitable parson  and together present him to the same church, saving the right of each. And therefore  we order you to admit, on the presentation of the same A. and B., saving the right
1. B.N.B., no. 480; C.R.R., xiv, no. 978; Hall in E.H.R., lxxix, 155-6