An oldEnglish writ, which lay for him who was challenged to be a ward to another, In respectto land said to be holden by knight- service; which land, when it was bought by theancestors of the ward, was warranted free from such thraldom. The writ lay against thewarrantor and his heirs. Cowell.
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