De Warrantia Chartae Law and Legal Definition
De Warrantia Chartae is a Latin term which means "of a warranty of charter". It is a writ allowing a tenant enfeoffed with a warranty. Who was impleaded in an assize or other action in which the tenant could not call upon the warranty. It is to compel the feoffor to assist the tenant with a plea or defense, or else to pay damages and the value of the land, if it is recovered against the tenant.