he has no entry except through [C.], after whose death the land ought to revert to the  aforesaid by a fine levied in the court of the lord king John, our father, (or in our  court before our justices at such a place) between the father of the aforesaid, whose  heir he is, demandant, and the aforesaid [C.], tenant, of so much land with the appurtenances  in such a vill. Or thus: in which he has no entry except through [C.] who  held that land for life by a fine levied in our court etc. between such a one, demandant,  and the aforesaid [C.], by which fine the land ought to revert to the aforesaid demandant  after the death of the said tenant, as he says, as to which he complains that  he wrongfully deforces him. And unless he does so etc. (as above). If one is in seisin by  intrusion and he who has right claims against him, let the writ be in this form:
[is in] by intrusion.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order A. that rightfully etc. he render to B. so much  land etc. which the same B. claims as his right against him through the gift of C., the  father of the said A., whose heir he is, and in which the said A. has no entry except that  he intruded himself into that land after the death of D., the mother of the said A., who  recovered that land as her dower against the aforesaid B. in our court etc. by judgment  of our same court, of which he wrongfully deforces him. And unless he does so,  summon etc. Or in another way: which B. claims is his right1 and in which he has no  entry except by the intrusion he made into that land after the death of the same C.  [his father] who had that land in wardship to the use of the said B. while he was within  age, as he says. Or in another way: Order A. that rightfully etc. he render to B. and  C. his wife so much land etc. which the same A. gave in maritagium to the aforesaid B.  with the aforesaid C. his daughter, and in which the same A. has no entry after that  gift except by the intrusion which he made into it after the death of D., father of the  said B., who had that land in wardship to the use of the aforesaid B. and C. his wife  with the consent of the same A., [and] who was their guardian by the assignment and  the assent to the same A., as the said B. and C. say. If a husband sells the inheritance  of one of the children of his wife who is in their wardship, then thus:
If a husband sells the inheritance of the children of his wife who are in his wardship.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order A. that he render to B. etc. in which