If on the second summons, after the taking, the warrantor does not appear on the first, second, third or fourth day.
 When the warrantor does not appear in response to the second summons, after the  taking, appearing neither on the first, second, third or fourth day, the demandant offering  himself against the tenant and the tenant against the warrantor, the demandant  will recover the land against the tenant and the tenant escambium to the value against  the warrantor. Let the enrolment be made thus: A. claimed against B. so much land  with the appurtenances in such a vill as his right, so that the aforesaid B. came into  the same court and vouched C. to warranty, so that he was summoned to appear on  such a day, on which he neither came nor essoined himself, so that land belonging to  the said C. to the value of the aforesaid land was seized into the lord king's hand by  judgment. And the sheriff was ordered to report the day of the taking to the justices  and to summon the said C. a second time to appear on such a day to answer concerning  the principal plea and his default. On which day he did not come, neither on the  first, second, third or fourth day, nor was his land replevied in time. It was therefore  decided that the aforesaid A. recover his seisin against B. by reason of B.'s default and  that B. be in mercy; and let him have from C.'s land escambium to the value in a  suitable place. And what is said of one warrantor is applicable to several if they default.  The writ for giving seisin to the demandant will be this:
The demandant will recover his seisin by the default; the writ for giving him seisin.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that A. in our court before our justices etc.  recovered against B. by B.'s default seisin of so much land with the appurtenances in  such a vill. We therefore order you without delay to cause the same A. to have full  seisin of the said land with the appurtenances. Witness etc. After this writ let another  be made for giving escambium to the tenant, a valuation having been made as aforesaid1  if the warrantor has no land in the same county but in others. If he has land in  the same county let the writ then be drawn thus:
When the tenant has lost because the warrantor could not defend him in his seisin, if the warrantor has a tenement in the same county let escambium to the value be given him forthwith.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when A. of N. in our court before our  justices etc. claimed so much land with the appurtenances