What is SEQUATUR SUB SUO PERICULO?

In old English practice. A writ which issued where a sheriff had returned nihil, upon a summoneas ail warrantizandum, and after an alias and pluries had been issued. So called because tbe tenant lost his lands without any recovery in value, unless upon that writ he brought the vouchee into court. Rose. Real Act. 26S; Cowell.

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