Summon by good summoners A. the son and heir of B., who is of full age, as it is  said, to warrant to C. so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill which D. of  N. in our court, at such a place, recovered against the same C. by an assise of mortdancestor  there taken between them, as to which the same C. while he was in seisin  of the same land vouched the aforesaid A. to warranty, and the plea of warranty  remained by judgment of our court until the full age of the aforesaid A. because he  could not answer to the warranty earlier. Witness etc.>
If there are several tenants in an assise of mortdancestor.
 When there are several tenants in an assise of mortdancestor and several demandants,  [and] all are within age or some, we must then see whether the assise ought to  remain because of the age of one, whether he is demandant or tenant, as though all  were within age. We must then see whether those who claim or who hold are parceners  or strangers. If parceners, we must see whether the inheritance is divided or  undivided. [If undivided, the assise will remain], whether one heir of the several  demandants is within age, or several or all, except against the chief lord, because he  cannot deny the assise.1 When the inheritance is divided,2 the assise will not remain  because of the minority of demandants, which will not be so in a proprietary action.  If they are tenants and one or several or all are within age, and they hold in common  and in undivided shares, the assise will remain until all come of age,3[But if they hold  separately, each his own part, let each answer for his part; the age of all or of one  need not be awaited whether the plea is on the possession or on the property [by  writ] of right.] because they are, so to speak, a single heir having a single right,4  and for that reason one may not answer without the other.5 If there are several  daughters, heirs, and they claim by assise against the chief lord, those who are of  full age will recover, those within age will remain in wardship, and as they come of  age let each have her portion by a writ of purparty, not by the assise;6 if they claim  against strangers, however, though they are within age the assise will proceed,  despite their age. [With respect to several tenants or demandants] there are many  exceptions and answers against the assise which are common to all pleas, as to which  more will be said below. If there are several parceners who hold and several who claim,  if one of them is not named in the writ, whether demandant or tenant, [the writ  falls] according as the thing claimed is held in undivided7 shares in common or  separately, [what is to be done in that case will be explained more fully below [in  the portion] on exceptions,]8 according