delay and according to the custom of our manor of such a vill to do full right to such a  one with regard to much land with the appurtenances in such a vill, of which such a  one deforces him. Lest we hear further complaint for default of right. Witness etc. If  a burgage is claimed, let this writ then issue.
The writ to bailiffs of boroughs.
 The king to his bailiffs of such a borough, greeting. We order you without delay to do  full right to A. of such a vill with respect to one messuage with the appurtenances in  such a vill, which he claims to hold of us by the free service of so much a year for all  service (or in free burgage, or in frank-marriage for all service) of which such a one  deforces him. And unless you do so the sheriff of such a place shall, lest etc. Witness  etc. There is also a writ of right of another kind directed to an heir in the name of a  widow who has received part of her dower, whether it is large or small, which is this.
The writ of right of dower, where the widow has a portion.
 The king to such an heir, greeting. We order you without delay to do full right to such  a woman with respect to the third part of so much land (or rent or wood or  meadow or of one or two or so many messuages) with the appurtenances in  such a vill which she claims is part of the reasonable dower which falls to her from the  free tenement which belonged to such a one, her former husband, in the same vill (or  another) and to hold of you by the free service of (as above). If the dower sought  ought to be defended by the service of the dower which is held, then thus: which she  claims to belong to her free tenement which she holds of you in dower in the same vill  (or another) by such service. Or thus: which she claims to hold of you in dower by  such service.1
The writ of right of services and customs which is directed immediately to the sheriff.
 There is also another kind of writ of right, of services and customs, which is directed  immediately to the sheriff, where a tenant has denied his service in whole or part,  which is this. The king to the sheriff, greeting. Order such a one rightfully and without  delay to do to such a one the customs and right services which he ought to do him  from the free tenement which he holds of him in such a vill. And unless he does so, and  if the same [demandant] has made you secure etc., then summon [the tenant] by good  summoners etc. to be before our justices at the first session etc. to show why he has  not done so. And have etc. Witness etc. If one refuses to do the service he acknowledges,