whose heir the same C. is, disseised the same A. wrongfully and without judgment or  not. As to which an assise of novel disseisin was once (or recently) summoned and  taken before our beloved and faithful such a one, by which assise the same B. recovered  his seisin of the aforesaid tenement against the aforesaid A. (whose heir the  same D. is, that is, if the heir sues) and as to which the same A. complained that the  jurors of the aforesaid assise swore a false oath, so that a jury of twenty-four to  convict twelve was arraigned before our dear and faithful such a one, the taking of  which remained because the aforesaid B. died before the taking of that jury. And in  the meantime inquire diligently who were the recognitors of that assise and have  them at the aforesaid assise before the aforesaid justices. And summon C. the son  (or brother, sister, nephew or niece) of the aforesaid B. (that is, if the heir  holds; or if he who committed the disseisin or his heirs have transferred the thing  taken to another, then let the tenant be summoned thus: And summon such a  one, who holds that tenement of the gift of the said B., or of the gift of such a one,  the son and heir of the said B.) to be there to hear that recognition. And have there  the summoners, the names of the knights and this writ. Witness etc. If the twelve  jurors swear falsely in an assise of mortdancestor, and when a jury of twenty-four  is arraigned one of the parties dies:
Another writ on an assise of mortdancestor to convict twelve.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. If A. makes you secure with respect to his claim  etc. then summon etc. twenty-four lawful men of the neighborhood of such a place  to be before our justices etc. prepared to recognize under oath whether B. the father  of C. of N. was seised in his demesne as of fee of so much land etc. on the day he died.  And if he died after etc. And if the aforesaid C. was his nearer heir. As to which an  assise of mortdancestor recently (or once) was summoned and taken etc. In this  form writs for all the assises as to which a conviction lies may be formulated, where  one of the parties dies before the taking of the jury. And let the whole force of the  original writ always be inserted, as may be seen above.
That an assise is not to be taken on an assise nor a conviction on a conviction.
 An assise is not to be taken on an assise,1 no more than a conviction on a conviction.2  When an assise of novel disseisin has once been taken between certain persons with  respect to a certain thing, whether a tenement or pasture, [and a second assise is  impetrated] between the same persons