the son and heir of such a woman and ought to revert to him after the said A.'s death,  [land] to the value of so much land with the appurtenances in the said vill which C. in  our court etc. claims as his right against D. and as to which the said D. in our same  court etc. vouched the aforesaid A. to warranty together with the aforesaid B. against  the same C., because the same B. said that he held nothing of his mother's inheritance  but the said A. holds it by the law of England, without whom he cannot answer concerning  the said warranty. And the day etc. And summon etc. Witness etc.
If several warrantors make default.
 What is said of a single warrantor may be said of several if several default, according  as they have lands in the same or in different counties; and there,1 if in different counties,  let them be summoned thus: The king to the sheriff, greeting. Summon A. by  good summoners to be before our justices etc. together with C. of such a county to  warrant to B. of N. so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill etc. (as above).2  And so of three or more warrantors. If all default, let land to the value be taken from  the lands of all, according as they hold severally or in common, an extent being made  according as they are all resident in one county or in several.
If the warrantors are resident in different counties
[and one defaults, let land be taken for his portion of the warranty], a valuation having first been made.  If one of several warrantors defaults before appearance and the others appear, the  absence of the one will not prejudice the others, though this in not true in the case of  husband and wife,3 but let those who are present defend their cause. But for the default  of the absent warrantors let land to the value be seized into the king's hand from  his land to the extent of his portion of the warranty, a valuation having first been  made of the land claimed from the tenant. Let this writ be drawn: The king to the  sheriff, greeting. Seize into our hand (precisely as above,4 up to this clause) and as to  which such a one [E.] in the same court vouched such a one [D.] to warranty, with A.  B. and C., his co-heirs and parceners. Witness etc. If he does not appear on the second  summons,5 he will lose his land taken into the lord king's hand by judgment, their  exceptions and answers being saved the others.