En Replevin le Case fuit que Archevesque de York per Indenture confirme, Company a un

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

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 325

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En Replevin le Case fuit que Archevesque de York per Indenture confirme, &c. a un

XIX. En Replevin le Case fuit que Archevesque de York perjlndenture confirme, &o. a un Tho. Wyrye pur 80. ana rendant annuelment al dit Evesque & sea succeaaors 24 1. &c. al feasts de Saint Michael & Annunciation nostre Dame per equal portions, Proviso quod in tempora vacation is Archiepiscopatua Ebor. prsedicti redditus pro & secundum ratam temporis vacatiouis erunt aoluti capitulo Ecelesise Cathedralis Eborura ut in jure suo, durante quolibet tempore talis vacationis, & apres le Archevesque devient void & le rate d$l rent nient paye al Chapter, novel Evesque eat consecrate que enter de avoider le Lase pur le cause avantdit, & fuit agree que cest proviso est void pur divers causes, un pur ceo que neat rent al Chapter & il remain rent due al Roy durant le vacation, & apres it va oue le Reversion, & pur ceo le proviso est...

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