Repleg. per Richard Holt v Will. Roper le Case fuit que I. Abbe de Westm

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 January 1664
Date01 January 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 324


Repleg. per Richard Holt
ers Will. Roper le Case fuit que I. Abbe de Westm

xn. Repleg. per Richard Holt vers Will. Roper le Case fuit que I. Abbe de Weatm. fuit seisi de terre in fee, &c. & 21 H. 8. oue le asaent de son Covent ceo lease a Sir Thomas More, Apres que le dit Sir Thoniaa fuit attain de treaaon, per reason de que le Leaae fuit forfeit & le Roy possess, &c. il issint poaaeas, puis le Abby & Reversion vient al Roy & sea heirs, le Roy apres An. 32 H. 8. Lease mesme le terre al dit William Roper pur 21. Ans per que il fuit poaseaa, &c. le Reversion discend a E. 6. que en aon Court de Argumentation lesse le dit terre a un Philpot a aver & tenera luy aprea le terme le dit Sir Thomas More finy jeaque al fine de 21. Ans, apres que le dit William Roper surrender son terme & Priat novel Lease pur 30 Ana. Et fuit ajuge que Philpots Leaae fuit void nient confirme per ascun estatute, pur ceo que le terme fait a Sir Thomas...

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