execution, aomtujsb. .
3. rUter Execution UpOlt a Statute S^CTCljant againft the rerte-
nants a Scire facias BOCd ItOt llC agajpft the Conufee, and the other
Tercenants, upon a Surmife tljat tljeOtijCrCertCiiantd Oabe Land liable
to the extent, ujlnci) i& notcjetcnoeo, but id put to giss auoita Â£ute=
tela; jFbxrtjismtatnroid toe execution* 33^*3* auoita towns*
38. aitD tijerc Diverfity tafeen bGtVUeeit a Recognizance in the lame
Court, and where it is upon a Statute out ot the Chancery.
4 > Alter Execution UpOU a StatUtC Otrdjailt, 110 Scire facias tO
r^iiattC t&C JLanU Ued u P on a Surmife that the Money was paid beiore
the Execution fued, and Ihewing Acquittance tbCteOfi *Bttt ljCid put
to m auoita cuterela cut of toe eoancerp, uifjcre tfje execution i&
auiarueo returnable ui'Banh, or Emg'd^Jbcnclj, lo tlje Â©rtamal
thereof is in tijeCJjanccrp* Â®it* Scire fatiad 9. m abrtbgmg Â» s e* 3*
SStftatDiveriity id titen, uiijcre tije execution id upon l&cco* * M B e Â£ r flM
S?a ncc in toe fame Court, ami WW it corned out J Cgancecp- Â£Â£-Â£,
"is an". 7. accordingly for tijid Sutmife btfprobed tljetirft exe= I.e.
cution, ana bocd not itano ftritb it*
crsol after an tfrecutton upon a Statute sagercljant no Scire *& statute
faciad lies upon a duhriflfc tljat before execution tpe Comijbr pan Jf^-j,
tilC Q90neP or made Agreement with tne Conufee, and [whoj deliver d s c<
the Statute to him in Lku of Acquittance, and after got the Statute and
fued Execution, but id put to W auoita Ctuerela, becaufe toe jprigt*
nal Suit id in Chancer?* *43 aft". 1 8. 43 C 3*23, \v> 7* 4. x .5 e. \ 6 -
lies to te=oane tlje lano upon a Sunmfe that he has paid after the Ex- havc j*
tent all the Money, Ihewing his Acquittance, Or Part Ihewing the Ac- fad tc
Â©nee raciap 07*
Court. Kitch. of Courts 232. tit. Execution, cites 1 5 H." 7. 14}
^rooU, scire'faciad s 7 Â» ; Xy Ae
, rsoi after an ^mutton upon a Statute f crcbant, it fecmd a
ftSre fanaSto K'tKiJetfte lano, bed upon a Surmife that Part was
SISSS, ihewing the Acquittance ifftM^
the R efidue is levied according to the Extent afterwards, ailO IJC IS ItOt ptlt
Ir. wJauTiitVSnereia- for tbid affirmd tlje execution to be goob,
|Â° ! } L % So t Set faciad 87. TStittt id not clear tijerc voijetijee
^rtttadSbCfole tijC eetClIt Or after, bUt was received by the
P r.vSiSJrhe AffienmenLof his Ellate. CbetefOte ClU*rC tl)Id. #
Â« Â«nO a Stamte SpTe or Recognizance in JMUK ttjCtCOf, tf^'-Conu
M laffi Of* Pcoffiotbe'eXtenOeb, Upon Surmife of Payment alter gjjg-
S F Inr and Sewing of Acquittance, OX upon Paying of the Monies fadas |x , orc
578 Statutes [Merchant &c]
unicfiupon ccttam lies in Cljanccrp, tultljcut anp Stioita Ciucrcla ; becaufc
AoquitMDoe, t()C rAf con;ni?nÂ»cc ana â‚¬.recution 10 in tlje fame Court, ano tljis is
the Money iwtfuant to tlje execution, nno in arflcmancc ofit* * 15 i;>. 7* 15.
into Court ;
but after the Years expired he mav ; because in the laft Cafe it fhall be intended that the Part} isfatisfied,
but it fhall not be fo intended within the Years w ithout Special Matter declared, br. Stat. Merchant,
pi. 16. cites 1 s H -. 14.
* I do not find it there.
9- So, a Scire facing lies upon a Stntutc staple or Rccoramanec
ilt JftatUre tljCrCOf upon a Shewing of a Defeafance, and alleging of the
Performance of the Conditions, aitD tljiS tUitljOUt bthUX pilt tO an
atrnfta flcuietcla, too' it ntsat'fitws tljc execution, octatiic tljc He*
connivance, ants Â©tiptai Suit is m tlje lame Court* 7 ro. 4,
31. it alia appears up toe statute of 1 1 h 7. cap. 10. That the Conu-
ibr being brought into Court by Habeas Corpus has uled to have a Scire
9- So, a Scire facias lies upon a Statute Staple or JRecognfcance
fit iQatUte thereof Upon a Surmife of Payment be tore the Execution
fued, and fhewing of Acquittance ttjetCOf, tiHtljOtlt beiUO; Wt tO ait
* auoita Cutetela, t!jo' tijis oiGiffitms tljc (Execution au Jnrtio ; 'Be-
cauic tlje ftcconttisaiuc nun tljc Â©tujiaal Suit is m tlje fame Court,
annitissrounacDiiponaJDecD. &esiftet 150, SucijiiBnt of Scire
facias upoa a Rcconmsaiuc in Coastccrp.
*Thisin * [n.j But Â©cite facias noes not lie upon tljc faio Kccopi?anecs
is mil- ttpOil a Surmifeof any thing, which extinguifhes the Recognizance by a
jTand the ' ^ acte r in Fact before the Execution fued, As UpOlt Allegation of Pur-
following chafe of Parcel Of ti)C LaitO, atttl fitCl) like, tho' the Body be taken in
pieas in like Execution, but ije is tijece put to an 3umta SEutetela ; 1i5eeaufe it is
Manner. pounceo upon a Matter tit JFiict. Conu Rojfe, 72. auoita Cuicrein
Br. Sere fa- r 12 ,] 3fter CjCCCUtiQit UpOlt a Statute Merchant, if tlje Body Of
cites S Câ€” tft^ConUfOt be taken in Execution as well as the Land extended, a
Br. Statute Scire faCtaS UCS Upon aSurmifeof a Thing which enfued after the
Merchant, Extent, which extinguiihes the Extent, As, That he had furrender'd all
pi. is .cite* or Part of tlje iano ertenoen to tljc Coitufec, orfuclj Itfee, tut'tfiout
Li v a bv mt ? 3uDita SXuerela, becaufctije Booius in execution, ano tljis
reaionofthe^nt is more fpecop tljciit tljc auoita"Â£incfc!a, tije grocers in tljc
long Delay 8uDita Quetela bcins only a Dislrefs infinite, 15^*4.5*
in bnngmg (- n j But tit tljc fato Cafe a Scire facias mculo not lie, but Ijc
Ou-Sr fi ^tlJ0be put tO an auBltaClUercla, if his Body had not been taken
wherein'the ill (Â£.rCCUtlOlt, lUIt OitlP tIjC LailO CttCltOeO ; JfOl* tljCCC tOOUlO UC 110
Procefs is fudj cpfcljief from tlje Oetattunff of tlje 15otip in pnfoit â– , Jf or tljis is
Diftringas, groiWOCO UpOlt a JOabCD Slirinife, without any Writing or JAecom
piurLfand to warrant in 15 C. 4* 4* 5. Sttmuttco*
lb in Infinitum; and it is not reafonable to permit fuch Delay when the Party is in Prifon. And after-
wards a New Scire facias was return' d the fame Term. Nota.
14. The Plaintiff was relieved againft a Statute, and ordered to have
the Pollellion thereof, becaufe the Extender had received hisDebt according
tothe yearly Value. Toth. 276. cites Clethero v. Beekingham. Palch. 21
Jac. li. B. fol. 951.
(H. a) Scire
Statutes [Merchant &c] ^70
(H. a) Save facias. Statute Merchant, Staple, Recog^
nizance.- hi nshat Cafes, and for what Ccrnfes.
i. T Jf a StattltC Merchant be of ioo 1. ailU COIUtfCC apportions the
\ Statute, and has ieveral Writs of Execution of Body and Land tor
feveral Parcels thereof, in Ieveral Counties, ftlliCCt, 2 Â° 1- In one County,
20 l.in another COIUICV, and loin other CoiintlC0, and his Body taken
in London for 20 I. UpOU Tender of the Money in Court J)C fljali tjulie
tÂ©rttto t!)C Sijcrifi to oeufcer ijtm i JFor t\)z fÂ©rit of <Â£jctcnt mjLon*
con teas to tafte Ins 'i3oBp, ana ta oefecr tjts Lairo ana Cijatteig
tii! tijc 20 L be pata, ants not tit! all t'oc Dent um paio, ano ttjete*
fore tlje tijÂ£â‚¬ujcnit ijas not am' aurtjontp to Ijain turn m priftm af*
tct fi*c 20 1. pam. 16 C + 3+ (Execution 49-
2Â» But m rijC fatU Cafe it the Body had been taken before the Ap-
portionment, 'there it ijau been otiraiufe ; lor tijere Ijeuias tafeen to
remain m iSnfon till tijc Debt parti* 16 <Â£â™¦ sv execution 49*
3. &/>â€¢Â£â– /^Â«ai niued
j g- A. fays, That ]. S. at the Time of the Recognizance was teiied
of other Lands, now in the Hands of B. not named in the Writ, and pray'd
a Writ againft B. to know why the Lands in his Hands lhould not be
charged as well as His, and the \\ rit was granted &c. Fitzh. tit. Exe-
cution, pi. 37- cites Hill. 41 E. 3.
4 If one acknowledges 2 Statutes uporJ his Lands one after the other,
and fatisfies the former Statute, but does not vacate it $ and the Cew//a' 0/
?&e /Â«fer Statute tabw eÂ«* an Extent upon the Lands ; This Extent may
be avoided until the lormer Statute be avoided by a Scire racias.^ (Hill.
22 Car B. R.) For the Law is not to take Notice of private Acts done
between the Parties : And it does not appear, That the former Stature is
fuisfied But upon the Pleading and an Iffue upon the Scire facias, it
will appear, Whether it be or no? 2 L. P.R. 535, 53^- tit. Scatute
Staple and Merchant.
(H. a. 2) Scire facias ; Neceffvy in what Cafes. s \\^ â€ž s
Acknowledged a Recogni zance of 250 1. to the Chamberlain of
â– â€¢ London, and his Succeffors, and afterwards hi acknowledged a
Statute Staple of 200 I. to B.â€” B. [ties Execution by a Liberate, which is
not returned : The Succefor of the Chamberlain fues Execution in the Na-
ture of an Elegit, and has the Moiety of the Lands of A. delivered in Exe-
cution. A. dies. It was refolved in this Cafe, amongft other Points,
That the Execution of the Elegit was good enough without fuing a
Scire facias againft B. being by Matter of Record : But it was laid,
That if the Sheriff had returned the former Extent, and the Matter had
appeared to the Court, he ought to have had a Scire facias againft B.
4 Rep. 65. b. Hill. 33 Eli*. Fulwood's Cafe.
- The Cog uizor of a Statute afterwards granted a Rent-charge. lneooC.59*
Statute was extended, and the Cojnizee- levied his Debt Colts and pi. ,.,. s(:.
Damages. The Grantee difiraind tor the Rent. All the Court held, For bÂ»Beflc
That this Diftrefs was good without fuing a Scire facias againft the Co- (;i .; nuc . ,,â€ž,
nufee â€¢ For none but the Conufor, or his Aliignee ot the Land, lhall not mclW ; e
^8o Statutes [Merchant (Sec]
viih the have it, and not the Grantee of the Rent ; and if he cannot diftrain then
Â®?\r by Covin of the Conufor he ihould be without Remedy, lince he cannot
trained 'for' have Scire facias tho' the Statute be fatisfied, and therefore he ihall dif-
his B train. Jo. 456. pi. 1. Trin. 16 Car. B. R. Harwell v. Burwell.
held, That he might diftrain if he will take 'Notice at his Peril, That the Extent is determined, and the
Debr, Damages, 3nd Cofts levied, and that he cannot have a Scire facias becaufe lie has no Tide bv
Record whereupon to ground a Scire facias ; and that the Rule does not always hold, That where one
comes in by Matter of Record he ought not to be oufted without a Scire facias or Matter of Record â–
For he whofe Lands are extended upon an Elegit upon a Recognizance, after the Debts fatisfied may
enter v. ithout Scire facias ; but the Conufee of a Statute (becaufe he is to have Cofts or Damages v. hich
arc not known) cannot be cufted without a Scire facias And adjudged for the Grantee. Alar 124
pi. 203. cc 159. pi. 230. & 20;. pi. 24;. S. C. accordingly.
(I. a) ^ Statute Merchant, Staple, Recognizance. Scire
facias ad n-habendam Terr am. In what Cafes it lies.
i-TJT t!)C Money be levied according to the Extent bv Effluxion of
1 Time a sure facias lies to rc=ljaoe ti)e Lanti. 21 e* 3* Scire
facial 109, 18 e* 2* (Ejecution 244.
Statute Mer- 2 . Jf Part of tfjC 930HCP be levied aCCOrOimT tO tljC â‚¬xtttiU and
Sr'came l' dTt ls f rrear i "Pâ„¢ Tender ot ' that , which is arrear, in Court, a BtlVC
SfiSZ fort* Â»Â«* to re-tjaoe t&e lano iuitljtn tlr&erm, accortiing to the er=
rtattkeco- tent: "Became alt appears of Rccoro, J^oio much tuas out, tooui
nuMhadk- nmcl) leoteo, ami froio vmtcij arrcar, 21 <Â£â™¦ 3< sci. fac, io 9 \
â€¢iiea his Debt '*
except 10 /. which he is ready to fay, and brought it into Court, and /aid, That he is ready to tender tie
Cop according as the Court Jball award, and pray'd Scire facias to re-have his Land, and had it bv Award
as well as upon Elegit ; tho' ieveral faid, That it is the Courfe upon the Elegit and not upon the Statute
iMcrchant. Br. Scire facias, pi. 4;. cites 47 E 3. 11. . So upon Payment of Part and Tender of
the reft, the fame Year, fol. 25. Ibid. Br. Reftitution, pi. 10. cites S. C.
r>^P 3> But, in tljC fat'O Cafe, if Ije tenders tlje $Â£0ttCP to the Conufee
. ro !iÂ°3 and not in * Court, and the Conufee refufes it. Â»rr he fihall rtnr u*%*t>
pi. 24. cites S. C. Per Bank.
. ;>â™¦ uui, m U jÂ«, mum <^iu&, u jjt icuucrs ujt x^/UlKV to tne (Jonufee
r and not in * Court, and the Conufee refufes it, pet he Iftall HOt hTJE
^ a Scire facias upon tijts an re tjabenottm Certain, 22 m\ 44,
4. If the Conufee upon a Statute Merchant makes rfjftgnment after he has
had Execution of the Land by the Statute, then the Tender of the Mo-
ney ihall be made to the Allignee ; quod nota. And qusere if it be not
good to the Conufee himfelf. Br.Tender, pi. 38. cites 15 E. 3. & Fitzh.
tit. Refpond. 1.
(K. a) For what Caufes it ihall be granted.
?o S if P an y And l -l*$*Sg KPgmt op Statute staple takes more profit
othcrCafual- _ -f <-* PÂ°& ^aftO, 0? Caiual front, UltjlClj 10 nOtCttCnOCO, (to the
ty happens Value or the Debt, aS It feeiUS) tljat iS tO foP, By * Ward, Wreck,
Statutes [Merchant &c] 581
or Efcheat ; upon tbis Scatter fljcitm, a Scire facias fijall be grantee in Execution
to tc=ijafcctbe Lantu 2i?. 4 ,&. b, t is$*i* 15* â‚¬0.4. fa/ - rSifSr 1
watt/67, 0. I5C* 4* 5* t>* faftion/he"
Scire facias upon this Matter. Br. Statute Merchant, pi. 15. cites ij Â£. 4. 5. Per Brian,
j Br. Statute Merchant, pi. 16. cites i>.C.
2. so if ijc bas Profit by Fifhing m a Fviuer toljtclj runs upon tlje
lann crtenBctu 2 ^>, 4 . 8. in
3 . [But] if ije bas leto'cn tlje 83oncp before tlje tout mcutreo by
amending the Land, pet nO Â£&Â«Â« fating UCS tijetCUpOlL 17 C 3-
4. [Pur] if Ije !JC10 ICtHCtl Piirc by cutting of Wood, and has received Br. Statute
the Refidue, and Of UjiS ihews his Acquittance, ttjC COllUfar fijali tjaltt * Iercha:n >
a @>cire facia& 21 c% 3- i- 3ojuogeo bp ^omittance. s.'câ€”
Br. Scire fa-
cias, pi. 92. cites S. C. Br. RefHtution, pi. 10. cites S.C.
5. So if I)C IjaS leliitll P art bv Taking the Profits, and the other can
fhew how much be ija5 iCblCtl tit fUC?) fanner, and tenders the Refi- *.TJe Â°"T
due * ije fljall ba\3e Â©are facias* 21 e 3- 26. fc w
6. 3ifa^9anacfenoujteDgC!S a statute to IB* ano after pays Part of
the Money tO 'B. and receives an Acquittance from bjttl, futO after B.
extends Land lor all the Statute, S)|)CU Â«je IjaS levied fo much upon the
Extent, that, with what he had received belore, all the Statute is fatif-
fied &c. tije Conufoc map Ijaoe a @>cire facias againft bim ; Jf cr it
fecros tyat ti-cre is no DiberOtp totjere part of tije s^cnep is pafo
after tije <Â£tttnt, ano urtjerc ttiorc. Xut quaere if be be nor put to
bis 9uDita duerela*
7Â» H'JOn a general Averment that he has levied the Money, HO S't'fC Tho ' the
facias bail be gtanteo, uecaufe pcraoocnture be Ijas !eoieo it bp J â„¢Â£ t *t
amending the Land. 17 (E, 3. 36- 0, Merchant,
Staple, or Recognizance in Nature of a Statute Staple, has received the whole Debt by Execution, yet
cannot the Conulbr enter ; for he mult hold the Land until he be fatisfied not only of his Debt, but of
his Cods, Damages, Labours and Expences. 2 Inft. 6b'o.
'8. So Upon Sbemient that he has levied Part, and of Part has re-
ceived the Money, and Ihews Acquittance Of it, and of the Relidue is
ready to make Gree, Ije UjaU UOt tjaOC <&Â£iXZ faCiaS.. 17 <Â£* 3* 43. b.
9. Jf A. recovers Debt or Damage againlt B. and in an Elegit has a
Term Of TS* delivered to him in full Satisfaction Of tljC DtOt, tljO'
tbcCerniiSofmore Value, pet no Scire facias lies in tljts Cafe,
becaufe tljis tS oone bp tlje Iiurp, ano not bp fcÂ£>ap of extent cf ttje
jLatiD, but uelftereB â„¢ a Chattel, piu 1 1 3a. IS* bctuaecn Cumm
and brandling. \dZX CUTOUt. . AT , â€ž _ _
10 3if t 5 'C QLcntUOr after the Extent tenders the Money to the Co- â„¢ Mature
nufeej and he retules it, prf Ije (bait UOt bflOC 8 mtZ faCUS affafoft J,.â„¢"Â«
Ijitn to account. 22 &fi". 44* per isanfc. s c. per
Bank J and
S P but fays That th<" Coriuformay enter upon the Connfee after fuch Tender and Refufal, or may
have Audita Querela ; but fays Quaere of the Entry. S. P. Br. Extent, pi o. cues S. C accor I â–
ingly ; bin cites is H -. 1 5. and 4.7 E. 9. 11, 12. and 25 Contra ; for he fhall have Scire facias and
Liberate, and otherwise he cannot enter.
11. [But] if tlje Cotuifor after tljc (Ertcnt tenders tlje ^ouep in ^*-.
court, be fljall baoe a Â©cite factas to te^tjaoe bts Hano. - ' c* i- 2. w rdfof
b. 3. 26. bv 15 lp. 7* l S* the Stati
toribus are, That all the Goods of the Debtor, and all his Lino's, fhall be delivered by reafonable Ex
- j^ lC.11.
582 Statutes [Merchant &c]
tent to hold till all the Debt be fully levied, yet bv good Conftruction the Conufor fhall have a Soi'-e
upon 'lender of the Debt, with Mi'.es and Collages ; for the Land was delivered in Nature of a
. tho* 17 E. 3 43. b. and lS E 5. 11. feem to the contrary ; but in 21 E. 5. Tit. Scire facias 100
ana 4- Â£. 3 1 1 . a Sci. facias was granted ;:E. 5 . Scire facias 101. the Affignee of the Conufor fhall
have the Scire facias. 6 E. 3. 53. accordingly. 2lnll. 679.
12. But if the Conufee has compofted the Land before the Scire facias
rjrantco, Ije fijall fjaoe Allowance of bis Charges ana Cods, 21 e,
3. Â£â™¦ b. 3*
I3Â« ?Â©ijCl1tIjC COnttfOr brines the Money into Court, tffte favs that
the Conuice has cut Trees, I)C fljall HOt ijaOC a %C\Xt faCiaS tO put him
to anfwer to the Cutting for Damage, as of Wafte. 21^3, 26, b, 30
b* Contra 21 e* 3- 2, 3.
* Br. Statute 14. But he nta? baiJC Â§>tltC filCIaS ad Computandum for the Profit
Merchant, made by the cutting Of the ^rCCS, antJ tO rC-baOe M$ lailO, all 3r<
g'c CIt:b rears being leuieo bp fticb carnal profit * 50 e. 3. 16. 15 ix 7. 15.
21 C* 3. 26. b* 30. b*
(L. a) Statute Merchant. Scire facias.
Where the i + \7UfyM tljC Money is levied by cafual Profit bP Ijim UlJjO ItfS tljC
?!"& 1S ,7 * um m CWcnt, the Conufor map baue a cire facias as
ffiÂ£ *6Â« tociI ajS '1 ^^ fnc i' is ' f Â« tijts is not in Disaffirmance of the ere*
q erm bv cution, but in affirmance, aim to rMjaoe histantu * 21 eÂ» ?â™¦ u
cafual Pro- aOjllCgCtU t 5Â° â‚¬â™¦ 3- 1 6.
fit, the Co-
nufor (hall have thereupon ^.Venire facias, and upon that a Scire facias. Kitch. of Courts 23?. Tit-
Execution, cites 15 H. 7. 14.
* Br. Statute Merchant, pi. 13. cites S C. favs that the Conufor fhall have Scire facias againft him-
and not Venire facias by Award. Br. Scire facias, pi. .02. cites S. C.
â– f Br. Statute Merchant, pi. S cites S. C.
2* 3ifa99anfUCS CreCtttiOnbP Elegit upon a Recognizance, tljC
OtljCr itiaP after tender the Money in Court, anH fijall haOC %Z\Xt tfc
im$ f 21 c* 3- 26. b. 30. o* aojuoueo*
(M. a) [Scire facias ad Re-habendum Terram.]
//7jo Jhall have it.
The jfome *Â« ' I 1 l)â‚¬ Tenant of the Franktenement Of tljC LattO CttenOeO, tho'
Â»f Parcel U Â± he be a Stranger to the Record, that IS tO RlP, tW lie IS UOt
"he X 3 $ c Â£Â° l , UIfar > PÂ« 0* (hail baue a g>cire facias to rMjaoe W lanS, if
,, H s Part be levied, and Part not, upon Tender of the Relidue in Court. 46
Â«p. 5. but SuT Â®circ facias 134.
if there 2. Jf a g>tattltC be CrtCltOeD Upon Land in the Hands of feveral Per-
bc feveral f ons w h have feveral Franktenements in feveral Parcels, and Part is le-
and ? thc' v, ? d ' and Part not > aCCOrOitlCJ tO the CrtCnt, the one who has a feve-
ral Franktenement of Parcel upon Tender in Court of the Monies Ar-
Statutes [Merchant &c.] 583
tttar, njatf ijatie a Scut facias" to rc-rjauc tfjc Lano, tljo' tlje ot&crsf 00 Â£"***Â«<Â«*â€¢
ttot join feJiti) tjmu 46 aflT* @>cfre fiirtajs 134* m?ZJ?Â£
within the Letter and Remedy of that Aft, becau'fc the whole is evicted from them, and they may have
a Re-extent for the whole Debt, according to the Words and Meaning of that Act. 2 Inft. 6;o. cites
in Marg. 46 Aff. Tit. Scire facias 1 34
White-acre out of the PoiTeilion of B. A conveys Black-acre to C. in Fee, J. Tenant by Statute Merchant:
affigns his htercfl to D. â€” C. the Affgnee of A. ff.es a Scire fa has again ft D. Aflignee of J. and tenders the
that is behind; D. the Defendant pleads to the /' rit, for that C. Tenant of the Freehold of
White-acre, whereof Execution was alfo ftied 01 Record, is not namedin the Writ to whom this Suit was
as well given as to the-Elaintiff; Judgment of the Writ ; But noa Allocatur, whereby it appears by the
Ruleofthe Court, that any one Feoffee may have iSei -a r, md'ttnder'the whole Money to the Tenant
bv Statute Merchant, or to hi. Affignce. A was taken to the Writ, for that every
Scire facias ought to be warranted or led upon a Rec >rd, and this Scire facias is not grounded upon
tie Record, but maintained upon a Suggejlion of tendering the Money, in which Cafe he ought to have a l'e-
â€ži,. e f ai ia S]) ai d not this Writ of S. ire facias ; Et r.on Allot atur. Whereby it appears, that partly upon a
Record, and parti} upon a Suggeftton (>o Scire facias being granted without fonie Suggcftion) the
Sire facias, upo : ; ns Certainty of the Tender, was maintainable. Laftly, It was excepted againft the
Writ, that it appeared to the Court, that the Scire facias was brought by the Affignce of Black-acre againft
â– 0] Tenant by Statu,- Wert l tit, ft as eath -of them, as well of the one Part as of the other,
Plaintiff and Defendant, were Strangers to the Record ; Et non Allocatur, for that it had been often feen.
that this Writ did lie as well between Strangers as Privies, and the Writ of Venire facias alio to make
the Cor.ulee &c. to i.ccount &c. Then does Belktiap, of Counfel with the Defendant, put a Cafe upon
the Statute of Gloucefter, cap. 9. It is given by Statute (fays he) that if the Father alien the Right
of the Mother, that the Son and Heir' of the Mother fliall not be barr'd, if he has not Affets by
Dcfcent &c. and other Lands may after defcend to him from his Father, that the Alienee of the Fa-
ther fliall have Recovery againft him by Scire facias ; but if Lands defcend to him afterwards from his
Father and he aliens the Lards which he recovers as Keir to his Mother, the Alienee of the Father
fhall not have a Scire feciasagainft trie Alienee of the Heir, which Opinion is grounded upon thele
Words in the Statute, Donques avera le Tenant, (id eft, the Alienee of the Father) Recovery vers
Luy (id eft, the Son and Heir of the Mother) de la Seifin fon mere &c And therefore Belknap con-
cludes that no Scire facias lies againft the Alienee i.i that Cafe, no more here. Wheretmto Thorp
Chief Tnftice anfwers, Altho' it be fo in the Cafe put by Belknap, it is given by the Statute &c. where-
fore (lays Thorp) will you receive the Money, or no? Belknap laid. Yes, if he will tender the Miles
and Cottages. Kirton, The Miles and Cottages thall be tax'd by the Court. Thorp, They fliall not ;
for we cannot know them; and afterwards he tenner'd a Demi-mark for Miles and Collages, and the
other faid they were not fuScient; and the Court held them fufficient. Thorp demanded if he would
receive the Money, or no, for Mifes and Cottages, as he tender'd, otherwife we will (faid he) re-bail to
the Party his Money. And afterwards he received the fame, and the Plaintiff had Execution, z Inft.
% 3!f3. anutotuleoses a Statute to 15. toljo ertentis, ana after
a/mlamg m ixetoeraan op fine to <Â£â™¦ mm 05. attorns, â‚¬â™¦ the
â„¢* *â– > ___:.._. u- r> -,-1 not- ttnfin a Â£&ttriilift> t-n.l1-
Â° * Wa B"-tt acknowledges a Statute to A. and after aclMCUDleUQXS Br. Statute
another Statute to B. anD aftCt A. extends his Statute and then B. Merchant^
extends his StatUtC, tt feeiUS tijat mm A. by any Means is fa i-P 1 ;Â£â–
thfied B may have a Scire iaeias apiUS IjlUl tO aCCOUllt, DCCalUe '
lis Statute ig to IjaDc effect aftet Satisfaction of tfte firft Sta=
tU ? + In the faid Cafe, if a* UtCjS efreCUtfOlt ttpOtt ty$ tXBZi StatUtC, Br. Statute
anoaftct'B.fiicsiCwrutioiiuiMm ijiS Statute, ano t&esheriit re- Merely
turns that it is in Execution to A. by an elder Statute, and that it is P 1 ^; â– <;""
worth < Marks a Year, 05. ftail ijatoe a Scire facial agama a._upon
mmmi to t&e Court tljat part of tfte S^onei? for uj&icij ftefpep
vmmmio a. isslcico accorWng to the Â«ent, ano tljut tljc
SSdS S actiuitteo b? a. aim ftw tlje acquittance to t&eCourt,
B lWlhive a Scire facias thereupon againft A. tO ftaOE tlJC lattO in
â‚¬recution upon W Statute, tlje Sijcnff featiins return o toe
Â©aSc of tlje IWop tlje ^ear. ^ â‚¬, 5. ^ 0. OprcoU Scire tv
tm 87* 6 . The
584 Statutes [Merchant &c]
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6. The JJJignte of the Conitj 'or after Execution had upon a Statute Mer-
chant lhall ha\e Scire Facias to re-have the Land. Br. Deputy, pi. 18.