the great cape lies and with respect to him who did the little cape. But since they are a  single person and their rights do not admit of division, nor may both writs lie at the  same time, if we adhere to the rigour of the law, since suits are to be restricted1 and  those rules enforced which are more rather than less severe, recourse must then be  had to the little cape. But if we look to its more benign side, then the great cape will  lie, where summonses, defaults and essoins may be denied which is the better view.2  When only one of them defaults let the great or the little cape issue according as he  has or has not previously appeared in court.
When the warrantor defaults on the first, second, third or fourth day and has no excuse.
 When the warrantor appears, if he has no excuse, [for] he may put forward an excuse  and cure his default, that he did not come on the first, second, third or fourth day, let  the enrolment then be made thus: A. claimed against B. so much land with the appurtenances  so that the same B. vouched C. to warranty, who after he appeared in  court and had a day in the Bench (or after he had warranted) defaulted, so that the  land was seized into the lord king's hand and he was summoned to hear his judgment  on this day. The said C. came but could not cure the default. It was therefore decided  that A. recover his seisin against B. and B. be in mercy. And let him have escambium  to the value from the land of the same C. The writ for giving seisin to A. is this:
Writ for giving seisin to the demandant and escambium to the value to the tenant.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when A. in our court etc. claimed against  B. so much land etc. as his right (or if it is a woman, as her dower, or some other  thing, according to the form of the original writ) the same B. came into the same court  before the same justices etc. and vouched C. to warranty thereof, who likewise came  into the same court and warranted that land to the same B. and afterwards in our  same court lost by default against the same A. Therefore we order you without delay  to cause the same A. to have full seisin of the said land with the appurtenances, and  the same B. without delay to have escambium to the value of the said land, by the  view of lawful men, from the land of the same C. in your bailiwick. Witness etc.