The radical groups that flourished during this period had different views on the Magna Carta. Paul`s Churchyard in the City of London. In his decision, the Master of the Rolls gave this brief crack and noted rather dryly that, although Term 29 was considered by many to be the foundation of the rule of law in England, he did not consider it directly relevant to the case and that the other two surviving clauses ironically concerned the rights of the Church and the City of London and could not help the accused.   The Magna Carta emerged in 1215 as an unsuccessful attempt to achieve peace between royalist and rebel factions, as part of the events that led to the outbreak of the First Barons` War. England was ruled by King John, the third of the Angevin kings. But if we return from the crusade or abandon it, we will immediately do full justice under the laws of Wales and the regions mentioned. (24) No sheriff, constable, coroner or other royal officer may bring any action which should be brought by the Royal Judges. Under what historians later called « Clause 61 » or the « Safeguard Clause, » a council of 25 barons was created to oversee and ensure John`s future compliance with the charter.  If John did not comply with the Charter within 40 days of the Council`s notification of a violation, section 61 authorized the 25 barons to confiscate John`s castles and lands until reparations had been made after their judgment.  Men were to be forced to take an oath to help the council control the king, but once reparations were made for all violations, the king would continue to rule as before. .