The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that A. the daughter of N. in our court  before our justices by the judgment of our same court recovered against B. her seisin  of so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill of which the aforesaid N.  father of the same A. died seised as of fee. Therefore we order you to cause C., that is,  such a one, the guardian of A. as the nearer relative on her mother's side,1 to have  full seisin of the aforesaid land without delay, since A. herself is within age. And do  not allow D. the chief lord of that fee to have the wardship of that land or of the  heir since in our court he was abjudicated of that wardship because the land ought to  be held in socage. A writ for seisin may be drawn in the same form where the chief  lord is dispossessed because he committed waste and destruction, which may be  done by an assise of mortdancestor. Let it then be said at the end of the writ, [since]  he was dispossessed of the same wardship because of the waste and destruction he  committed in the same land. Witness etc. And note that in no assise, except the  grand assise by writ of right, does anyone recover seisin by default, for in all the other  assises no other penalty follows after default, after resummons and essoin, than that  the assise is taken by default.2 If one complains after the assise has been taken  that he cannot have his seisin as he recovered it, let a writ be directed to the sheriff in  this form.
A writ where the demandant complains that he cannot have his seisin as he recovered it.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that our justices who last itinerated in your  county record that A. recovered his seisin of so much land etc. against B. before our  same justices at N. by an assise of mortdancestor there taken between them, as to  which the same A. complains that the same B. still deforces him of that land (or  thus, that he cannot have his seisin thereof as he recovered it or not in peace).  We therefore order you without delay to cause the same A. to have his full seisin  of the aforesaid land as he recovered it and to maintain and defend him in his seisin.  Lest we hear further complaint [etc.]. Witness etc.3 There is another form, where the  tenant acknowledged the land to be the demandant's without the taking of an assise.
The writ for giving seisin where the tenant freely acknowledged.
 Know that when an assise of mortdancestor was summoned in our court before etc.  between A. the demandant and B. the tenant concerning so much land with