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England's Magna Carta Article 39

England’s Magna Carta of Article 39 stated that no freemen shall be taken, imprisoned, exiled or deprived of liberty without due process of law. Article 49 states that any hostages seized by Englishmen will be immediately released. While Article 52 states property or land seized without due process of law shall be immediately restored.


Confirmation of the Charters Defines English Law

Confirmation of the Charters (English law) defined common laws within all charters granted by England.

England's Magna Carta Assures Freemen Rights

The Magna Carta (English law) affirmed and assured that no freeman shall be seized, imprisoned, deprived or denied justice or rights to liberty without due process of law.

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