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Talis qui ita convictus fuerit, dupliciter delinquit contra regem, quai facit disseisinam et roberiam contra pacem suam, et etiam ausu temerario irritabilia facit ea, quae in curia domini regis rite acta sunt, et propter duplicem delictum, merito sustinere debet poenam duplicatara.

Latin. Such person who was thus convicted, doubly offends against the king, because he commits a disseisin, and a robbery, against his peace, and also by a daring temerity supposes those things offensive, which were correctly transacted in the king's court; and because of this double offence, lie deserves to bear a double punishment.

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