Each and every judgement given in future by the mayor and jurors, at the request of parties, concerning view of land, shall be enrolled by the common clerk in the Red Parchment Book. He or those to whom the judgement is given in favour shall pay 40d. to mayor and jurors (or wine of that value if they prefer), 8d to the common clerk, and 4d to the common sergeant-at-mace. If anyone is summoned by the sergeant to come to be a juror and fails to come, he shall pay 40d. to the use of the community.
[View of land might be required in pleas concerning property and involved a jury known as the Magna Jurata, which would determine rightful ownership. On this see the Ipswich custumal.]