his right (or so much rent or such common of pasture or that he do him suit  and the like) etc. And B. comes and claims the view of the tenement from which  such rent issues (or of the tenement in which he claims such pasture, or of the  tenement from which A. claims suit and the like, according to the original writ).  Let him have it. A day is given them in the octaves etc. And so if dower is claimed  or something is claimed by writ of entry, then thus: A. claims against B. so much  land with the appurtenances in such a vill as her dower (or as her right in which  the same B. has no entry except by such a one etc.). Thus the enrolment is varied  according to the variety of pleas.1
Writ for making the view, if of the whole.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you without delay to cause B. to have  the view of so much land with the appurtenances in N. which A. of N. claims against  the aforesaid B. as his right in our court before our justices at Westminster. And  instruct four knights of those who make that view to be before our same justices  at Westminster (or before us wherever we then are in England) [on such a day]  to attest that view. And have there the names of the knights and this writ. Witness  etc.2 These writs are varied in many ways, as cause B. to have the view of the  tenement in such a vill from which a rent of ten shillings issues, which rent A. of  N. claims as his right against the aforesaid B. in our court etc. And instruct etc. (as  above). Or thus the view of so much land with the appurtenances in N. of which  C. who was the wife of D. was specifically endowed. Or if she claims some certain  and separate part, pro diviso, then thus: the view of so much land etc. which A.  who was the wife of B. in our court etc. claims in dower against him. If she claims  a third part (uncertain and undetermined) of some whole, then thus, the view of  so much land with the appurtenances etc. of which A. who was the wife of C.  claims the third part in dower against him in our court etc. And instruct etc. If  there is a plea of common of pasture by writ of right quo iure, then thus: