Ax these terms from your legal writing. Elizabethan English has no place in modern legal writing. Some lawyers stick with archaic legalism because they think that the language has some magic power derived from the common law of England, or some such nonsense. In fact, legal documents these days need to be written in ordinary English, and should be understandable by the layman. It is actually far more difficult to translate archaic terminology into understandable words than you might think. So, clean up your verbiage. And, don't use the terms in this article. Thank you.