right in that land. And summon by good summoners such a one, the aforesaid tenant,  that he be there to hear that choice. And have there the names of the knights and this  writ. Witness etc. It is clear that writs of this kind are varied according to the kinds  of grand assises, as may be seen below, [of assises.]1 If the plea concerns services and  customs, let the writ then be this.
On arraigning the assise when the plea of right concerns services and customs.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Summon by good summoners four lawful knights of  your county etc. (as above) to make the recognition of our grand assise between A.  the demandant and B. the deforciant with respect to the customs and services which  the same A. demands from the aforesaid B. from so much land with the appurtenances  in such a vill, as to which the same B. the tenant has put himself on our grand assise  and asks that a recognition be made whether from the aforesaid land he owes the  aforesaid A. such service and so much a year for all service, as he acknowledges, or the  same service and so much besides as the same A. demands from him. And summon  etc. (as above).
The writ for arraigning a jury of gavelkind in place of the grand assise.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Summon by good summoners four lawful men of  your county who2 hold in gavelkind to be before our justices etc. (as above) to choose  on their oath twelve of the more lawful men of such a neighbourhood who hold in  gavelkind and who best know and wish to tell the truth, to make up the jury provided  and granted in place of the grand assise, between such persons etc. (as above). And  summon etc. And have etc.3 In this way the plea of right will proceed in the county  unless, as said above, the chief lord claims his court in time, before the plea is in the  county court, or when it is there, the demandant sues out a writ, which is called pone,  for transmitting the plea to the great court, which is not readily granted to the tenant  except for some necessary reason, to be stated in the writ.
The writ of pone at the petition of the demandant.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. At the petition of the demandant put before our  justices at Westminster on such a day the plea in your county court by our writ of  right between A. the demandant and B. the tenant with respect to so much land with  the appurtenances in such a vill. (Or thus: except so many acres etc.) and summon  the aforesaid B. by good summoners to be present there to reply to the aforesaid A.  And have there the summoners and this writ. Witness etc.