What is PONENDUM SIGILLUM AD EXCEP- TIONEM?

A writ by which justices were required to put their seals to exceptions exhibited by a defendant against a plaintiff’s evidence, verdict, or other proceedings, before them, according to the statute Westm. 2, (13 Edw. I. St 1, c. 31.)

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