- Plea Rolls
- Rolls recording the proceedings of the court of common pleas, which was known as De banco = of the bench (ofjustices). The rolls date from 1190 and show the court met at Westminster. Most of the work involved civil disputes between private persons and such problems as land transactions.
Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. Christopher Coredon with Ann Williams.
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