The person who is vouched, or called into court to support or make good his warranty of title in the process of common recovery.(noun)
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"Hence a man could summon no one but his grantor, and the successive vouchers came to an end when the last vouchee could not call on another from whom he had bought."
"IhatT. feifed, dcvifbd to wife for life, temainder to R. in tail, remainder to heirs of T. the wife, in a common recovery vouched R. to warranty, who vouched the common vouchee to the ufe of the wife for life, remainder to R. in fee; the wife died, and lards djcendedxo defendant."
"In a recovery with double voucher, the tenant or proprietor of the land con - veys an eftate of freehold to fome indifferent pcrfon againft whom the v/rit is brought; the tenant to the precipe then vouches the proprietor of the land, who vouches over the common vouchee."