If view of common of pasture is claimed in a writ of right quo iure.
 We order you without delay to cause A. to have the view of the common of pasture  in such a vill which B. of N. claims as appurtenant to his free tenement in the same  vill (or in another) against the same A., as to which the same B. was summoned in  our same court to show by what right he claims such common in the land of the  said A. in as much as he has no common in the land of the said B., nor does the said  B. do him any service by which he ought to have common therein. And instruct  etc.1 Or thus the view of the common of pasture in such a vill which B. claims  against the same A. in our court before our justices as appurtenant to his free  tenement in the same vill (or in another) as to which the said A. says that the aforesaid  B. ought not to have common there since the said A.2 has no common in the  land of the said [B.] nor does the said [B.] do him service for which he ought to have  common. And instruct etc.3 Writs of view are always to be formed according to the  form of the original writs.
[In] quo warranto with respect to the lands of the Normans.  If the view ought to be made in a writ of quo warranto, [by what warrant] one  holds land which ought to be the escheat of the lord king,4 then thus: the view of  so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill as to which such a one was summoned  to show by what warrant he holds so much land with the appurtenances in  such a vill which we claim against him in our court as our escheat from the lands  of the Normans.
On the day given, after the view had, let the essoins begin again.
 On another day, after the view granted and made, let the parties begin all their  essoins again, if they wish, the demandant as well as the tenant. Whether they come  or do not, the sheriff ought to tell the four knights who were present at the view to  be present on the day given to attest the view. On that day, whether the parties  come or essoin themselves, once the view is attested, it will always be established  by their record. If an essoin has been cast let mention always be made on the essoin  that the view was attested. If it is not attested and the tenant comes on his day and  wishes to show that he has not had the view, he will have another day, (unless the  demandant can show the contrary) under risk of a wager.5