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Between 1353 and 1393 a series of acts were passed to forbid the Pope and other foreigners to encroach upon the Crown's rights in ecclesiastical property and jurisdiction. Later it was altered to protect the lay courts against ecclesiastical jurisdictional claims. Appeals were made to these laws in the course of the official reformation under Henry VIII.