and they say the same as the twelve, or if when it is taken in the county the plaintiff  says that he does not have his seisin fully, let a writ be issued him for having seisin  in this form:
Writ when the twenty-four acquit the twelve of perjury
[and] the disseisee says that he does not have his seisin fully.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when a jury of twenty-four knights  was summoned in our court etc. to convict1 the twelve jurors of an assise of novel  disseisin recently summoned and taken before our justices, such persons, at such a  place, between A. the plaintiff and B., with respect to such2 a tenement (or so  much land with the appurtenances) in such a vill, the twenty-four came into the  same court and on their oath said the same as the aforesaid twelve jurors, that is,  that the aforesaid B. disseised the aforesaid A. of such a tenement (or of so much  land or rent). And because the same A. complained that he did not have his full  seisin of all that the aforesaid twelve jurors gave him by the assise, we order you  without delay to cause the said A. to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements  and services which the aforesaid twelve jurors gave him by the assise. (Or thus:  and therefore we order you to [put] him in seisin etc.)3 If after the taking of the  assise [but] before conviction,4 the twelve jurors put themselves in the mercy of the  lord king and amend their verdict, let this writ then issue for having seisin:
Writ when the twelve amend their verdict.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when a jury of twenty-four to convict  twelve was summoned before our justices at such a place to recognize whether so  much land with the appurtenances in such a vill was the lay fee of such a one of such a  vill or free alms belonging to such a church (or chapel) of such a vill, as to which the  aforesaid complained that the jurors of the assise which was summoned and taken  thereon at such a place before justices there itinerant swore a false oath, the aforesaid  twelve jurors came before our same justices and acknowledged that they had judged  wrongly and for the breaking of their oath made fine with us. Whereupon he for  whom the assise found appeared and acknowledged all the aforesaid land with the  appurtenances to the said plaintiff to hold by the same service which