Common recovery


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COMMON RECOVERY. A judgment recovered in a fictitious suit, brought against the tenant of the freehold, in consequence of a default made by the person who is last vouched to warranty in the suit., A common recovery is a kind of conveyance. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 2088, 2092-3. Vide Recovery.

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Not until the 1470s with the public recognition of an elaborate legal fiction known as common recovery was there to be a regular way of breaking an entail, and this arcane process is worth summarizing for the light it throws on the extraordinary formalism of medieval common law.
In order to understand common recovery it is necessary to know that when property was transferred in the middle ages the seller regularly warranted that it was free of any possible claim, and that if a claim was subsequently made upon it the buyer could then summon the seller (by a process known as |vouching to warranty') to answer in his place.
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