CHAP. 2. The relief of the king's tenant of
CHAP. 3. The wardship of an heir within age.
CHAP. 4. No waste shall be made by a guardian
in ward's lands.
CHAP. 5. Guardians shall maintain the inheritance
of their wards--of bishopries, &c.
CHAP. 6. Heirs shall be married without disparagement.
CHAP. 9. The liberties of London and other
cities and towns confirmed.
CHAP. 10. None shall distrain for more service
than is due.
CHAP. 11. Common pleas shall not follow the
CHAP. 12. Where, and before whom assises
shall be taken--adjournment for difficulty.
CHAP. 2. This statute was rendered obsolete
by 12 Car., Ch. 24, but had not before that time
been applicable to the province.
CHAP. 3. Same.
CHAP. 4. This statute appears to have related
to the heirs spoken of in Ch's. 2 and 3, and is omitted
in Cay's abridgement. See as to waste by
guardians, 52 Hen. 3. Ch. 17.
CHAP. 5. This statute is said to be obsolete
England by 12 Car. 2, Ch. 24, so far as it relates
to wardship by reason of tenure, and by 31 Hen.
8, Ch. 13, as to Abbeys.
CHAP. 12. This statute, which related to assises
of novel desseisin and mort d'ancestor was enforced
and amended in England by several statutes.
The particular directions therein, would probably
have been considered of a local nature, if this