Saturday, May 28, 2011

J 19

19. Charny asks:  A knight or a squire has borrowed a horse for jousting from another companion and he jousts on; but nevertheless he happens to crash the horse into his companion's horse and equipment. When after three weeks or a month this companion returns the horse to the one from whom he borrowed it, that horse has not gained any value from the blows in any way that could be seen. And the companion who lent it refuses to take it, because of the blows, but wants to have the price of the horse. And so they are in contention. What do you say? 

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