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O. Ni. It was the course of the Exchequer, as soon as a sheriff or escheat or entered into his account for issues, amerciaments, etc., to mark upon his head O. Ni which denoted oneratur, nisi habeat sufficiente exonerationem, and presently he became the king's debtor, and a debet was set upon his head; where-upon the parties paravaile became debtors to the sheriff or escheator, and discharged against the king, 4 Inst. 116.

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