to warrant in the place of his father; if he is within age let his age be awaited.
The whole plea will remain because of the minority of one warrantor and let him afterwards be resummoned.
 If several warrantors, who are so to speak a single heir, are vouched with respect to  their ancestor's feoffment and one of them is under age, the plea of warranty will remain  because of his age, until he comes of age, as though all were within age,1 with the  qualification stated above.2 If one or several die and have heirs of their bodies who  are under age, or of full age, let the heirs then be summoned in the manner aforesaid  and let it be done as above. If they have no [heirs] other than their co-heirs, to whom  the deceased's right descends by the jus accrescendi,3 it would be inequitable and  burdensome if, because of that part which has newly accrued to them, all would have  to be summoned afresh, their earlier essoins and delays not being charged against  them, since suits and delays are to be curtailed rather than enlarged;4 the action need  not therefore be begun anew but let the process that was begun continue.56<If several  warrantors are vouched who are, so to speak, a single heir, we must then see whether  partition has been made among them or not. If not, all are to be named and vouched  together, as one body, and none will answer without the other. If the land has been  partitioned, we must then see whether the feoffment, with respect to which they are  vouched7 to warranty, was made by a parcener after partition or by their common  ancestor before partition. If by one parcener alone, let him alone be vouched and  answer for his own act without the others; if by the common ancestor, let them all be  vouched, nor is it useful to name one only, though one could answer, [because he could  answer] that he should not be bound to answer to the warranty without his parceners,  so that the others would be summoned to warrant with him.>8
A warranty is suspended because of uncertainty, by reason of a child in the womb.
 A warranty is also suspended because of uncertainty as to the warrantor, as where two  claim as heir and which of them is the rightful heir cannot be established before judgment.  And so if a woman is pregnant and it cannot be established whether the child  will be born alive or dead, or when it is born, whether it will be a human being or will  turn into a monster.9
If the vouched warrantor has been appealed of life and members.
 A warranty also remains in suspense if one has been vouched to warranty