Richard Pannel port action de dett v Thomas Nevel Chevalier, que fuit lie en

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 Jan 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 322


Richard Pannel port action de dett
ers Thomas Nevel Chevalier, que fuit lie en

VII. Richard Pannel port action de dett vers Thomas Nevel Chevalier, que fuit lie en Obligacion sur condicion de payer mainder aumme a le Plaintiff al Holt, al jourcertein. Et Sir Thomas Nevel plede que fuit priat a Holt avaundit de aver paye le dit summe & le Plaintiff, &c. ne vient, &c. Et ne dit en le plee q^ est uncore priat, & pur ceo fuit agard d'eatre nul plee mea si fuit d'estre paye a atranger est, &c. P. 3, 4. P. M. Rot. 655.

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