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

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

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 322

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Richard Pannel port action de dett
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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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