we hear further complaint for default of right. Witness etc. Or thus: with respect to  the third part of the fee of one knight in such a place (or vill) which he claims to hold  of you and of which such a one deforces him. If the service is military, then thus: by  the service of one knight's fee, or a half or a fourth part of the fee of one knight, or  by the service of so many pence when forty shillings are taken in scutage, or by the  service of so many pence when two marks or twenty shillings are taken in scutage. Or  thus: by the service appropriate when so many carucates make up the fee of one  knight, or when so many bovates (or virgates) make up the fee of one knight for all  service. And note that in military service by the free service is not said, because it is  settled that such a fee is free, nor where1 the quantity of the fee is expressed is any  service set down, because the amount of service is shown in the amount of the fee. The  services in writs2 of right are infinite, and of many different kinds, according as they  are constituted by chief lord feoffors, [and] thus they cannot all be set down in writing.  A feoffment is sometimes made in this way and the writ is this: which he claims to  hold of you by the free service of finding for you one serving knight to go with you in  the host into Wales, at your summons and his cost (or at your cost) for all service.  Or thus: by the free service of following your court (or bearing your letters) within  the kingdom of England, at your summons and your cost (or his cost) for all service.  Or thus: by the service of one sore falcon (or one sore sparrowhawk, or by the  service of one pair of gilt spurs or white gloves) for all service, and so of others,  according to the form of charters and feoffments. Sometimes an annual service and  military service are done together for the same land, and then the annual service must  be stated in the writ thus: by the free service of ten shillings a year, and let it then be  said and by the service of the fee of one knight for all service, because if the description  of the yearly service should be put after this last clause, it would refer to the  whole of the preceding [matter], and thus an inconvenience would follow, since military  service is not annual. If the land is partible among certain persons, let the writ  then be drawn thus:
The writ of right where land is partible; of socage.
 The king to such a lord, greeting. We order you without delay to do full