while he remained in the household of the said C., who now is not of the household of  the said C., as the said B. says. And unless he does so etc. And similarly of common of  pasture, if it has been aliened and demised for a term that has passed. Let this writ  then issue, provided the pasture is certain and limited to a certain number of beasts.
Writ for pasture given for a term that has passed.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order A. that rightfully etc. he render to B. common  of pasture for so many oxen and so many sheep, (and so on) in such a vill which he  claims is his right as appurtenant to his free tenement in such a vill, and in which the  said A. has no entry except through C., whose heir the same B. is, who demised that  pasture to him for a term that has passed, as he says. And unless he does so etc.
If the parties put themselves on a jury: according to the different writs.
 When the demandant has put himself on an inquest and jury to prove his intentio and  the tenant similarly with respect to his answer and exception, let the juries be charged  in this way, according to the different kinds of writs. If for a term that has passed,1  [enough has been said above on the form of inquest.] If by a husband whom a wife  could not gainsay, then thus: to recognize on their oath if the aforesaid tenant had  any right or entry (or simply any entry) in so much land with the appurtenances in  such a vill which the aforesaid claims as her right (or as her right and inheritance or  as her right and maritagium or as her dower which she had of the gift of such a one,  her first husband), other than through such a one her former husband (or her second  husband according to the form of the writ of entry) whom in his lifetime she could  not gainsay, or if he had his entry in the aforesaid land through the same demandant  who gave that land (or sold it) to him before her husband married her (or after the  death of her husband in her liege widowhood) etc. When the means and form of the  entry is denied, it will always be necessary to phrase the inquest disjunctively,  according to the answer of the tenant who denies the entry by excepting and  answering that he has an entry other than that which the demandant asserts, or a  different one through another. If conversely the wife aliens the property of her  husband or her own