he may then deny both, if both have been attested and proved. If neither, he will  then be free of default. If one, he must then deny it in the same way as above. If  [he denies] both and he fails in his proof of both, he will be in default, [and so if he  fails in the proof of one,] and seisin will be adjudged to the demandant. If he makes  his law as to both, seisin will be returned to him, that he may answer at once. If he  denies the first summons and admits the second, he will be in default unless he  alleges and proves some lawful impediment.1 [And so] though the impediment is  proved lawful, if the land lawfully seized into the hand of the lord king has not been  claimed on time by replevin.
What the procedure is if a default has been made.
 Let us return to court after the second default and the seizure of the land or other  thing into the hand of the lord king, when the tenant has not appeared at all,  neither on the first day nor the second, third or fourth, by himself or by a messenger,  as above. He may not be excused the default, and therefore let judgment follow  in these words: A. who is present claimed against B. so much land with the  appurtenances in such a vill as his right. B. did not appear and was summoned at  another time, and the summons was attested (or not denied) so that the land was  seized into the king's hand because of the default which the said B. made on such  a day, and he was again summoned to appear on this day and did not come. The  sheriff was ordered to send the day of seizure and the sheriff sent the day of seizure,  and that he was summoned, and that the land was not claimed by replevin (or if it  was claimed it was not claimed in time). It was therefore decided that A. recover  his seisin and B. in mercy. Let the enrolment of the judgment afterwards be made  in these words: A. presented himself on the fourth day against B. in a plea of land  etc. (as above). The writ for giving seisin is this:
Writ for having seisin after one has recovered by default.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that A. of N. in our court before our justices  at such a place, by judgment of our same court, recovered his seisin of so much  land with the appurtenances in such a vill as his right (or as her dower) against  B. of N. by the default of the said