Concessimus

CONCESSIMUS. A Latin word, which signifies, we have granted. This word creates a covenant in law, for the breach of which the grantors may be jointly sued. It imports no warranty of a freehold, but as in case of a lease for years. Spencer's Case, 5 Co. Rep. 16 Brown v. Heywood, 3 Keble, Rep. 617 Bac. Ab. Covenant, B. See Bac. Ab. officers, &c. E.

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"[...] magnifico et dilecto consiliario nostro Arnaldo Sanc castellano castri nostri novi Neapolis [...] licenciam concessimus construendi seu consari faciendi aliquas domos ad latus muri dicte civitatis nostre Neapolis sitis apud januam fori dicte civitate ante fontem imbi constructum [...] possit et valeat in dictis domibus per eum fabricandis ad latus dicti muri facere porticum sive porticos qui a recto limite parietis ipsarum domorum exeant versus et supra plateam dicti mercati ponitos supra columnas in dicta platea exigendas et constituendas [...]" (27)
In iis igitur vita est; et, si vitam semel concessimus, none simul erit concedenda anima, sine qua non potest intelligi vita?