men of your county land to the value of so much land with the appurtenances in such  a vill which A. who was the wife of B. claims in our court etc. as her dower against  C., as to which the same C. in our court etc. vouched him to warranty against the  aforesaid A.1 And the day of seizure etc. (as above). And summon etc. the aforesaid  vouchee to appear on such a day etc. (as above). Witness etc.2 If he does not appear  on that day, the woman will recover her seisin and the tenant escambium from the  land of the warrantor. If he does appear but cannot cure his default, he will lose in  like manner. But if when he comes he warrants at once, let the plea thereafter proceed  between the warrantor and the woman demandant, and let the tenant remain at  home with his seisin until the principal plea is settled. Depending upon the result  there reached, the tenant will retain or lose. If [the warrantor] has no valid reason  for resisting, he will of necessity have to recognize that the land claimed is the woman's  dower, and if she was specifically endowed he who lost will be required to  deliver it out of the tenant's hand (no matter in whose fee it lies) and the tenant will  have escambium to the value.3 But if it is not specified dower, then let the tenant  hold in peace and the woman will have to the value from the land of the warrantor,  whether he is the heir or another. If there is disagreement as to whether the dower  was specified or not, let an inquest be taken and judgment given in accordance with  its finding. [It is clear that only rarely is age awaited in a claim of dower. Hence if an  heir within age is vouched to warranty, and it can be established by the production  of charters or in some other way that he against whom dower is claimed was enfeoffed  by the ancestors of the minor, let judgment proceed forthwith, notwithstanding his  age, just as it would proceed against one of full age, whether the woman was specifically  endowed or not.] When the woman has recovered, let a writ de seisina habenda  be drawn for her in this form, for a specified4 dower.
A writ for giving seisin to a woman when she has recovered dower.
 Henry by the grace of God etc. Know that when in our court etc. A. who was the  wife of B. claimed against C. so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill as  her specified dower, the same C. came into the same court and vouched D. to warranty,  the son and heir of the aforesaid B. the husband of the same A., who is under  age, who came and warranted him and showed no reason why she ought not to have  her dower. Hence it was decided in our same court that the aforesaid A. should  recover her seisin of the aforesaid land with the appurtenances, as her specified dower,  against the same C.5 and that the aforesaid C. have land to the value from that of  the same D. And therefore we order you