non implacitando aliquem de libero tenemento sine brevi (non im-plas-<<schwa>>-tan-doh al-<<schwa>>-kwem dee lib-<<schwa>>r-oh ten-<<schwa>>-men-toh sI-nee bree-vI) [Latin “not impleading anyone of his free tenement without a breve”] Hist. A writ that prohibited bailiffs or others without a writ from the king from distraining anyone from touching their freehold estates.

[Blacks Law 8th]