It is clear that in these times, when the state was still so youthful when it is still in its attempts to limit the strong, Perez peasants violence when faced by such important interests, could not live without violence. Landlords using the helpless state of their neighbors, they took out the peasants not in time, and without giving duty-free. Farmers ferrous mills pustorzhevskih beaten brow, that knights, Rzhevskaya, Pskov and Lutsk deduce for himself in black pustorzhevskih peasants from villages not on the date, and all the days free of duty; and when ferrous villages will come to him with the refusal of objectors in time to deny them iz-za peasants in black villages, the knights of these objectors are beaten and iron forge and peasants iz-za themselves do not produce, but catching them tortured, rob and iron forge, the elderly take with them on Sudebnik and rubles on the five and ten, and therefore withdraw from the son of a peasant in black boyar villages did not. This complaint on the delay of the peasants and taking with them unnecessary for the elderly against Sudebnik was not the only one in the described time. Sometimes the landlord, taking a farmer refuses all duties, robbed him, and when he went to complain about the landowner declared him his runaway serf and accused of theft. Knights used his power against the black villages, did not let them peasants Chamberlain and peasants royal village allow themselves to violence, overt robbery of monastic peasants Thus, Chamberlain and all the peasants of the village Hrepeleva owned Pokrovsky Nunnery, beaten brow, that the Emperor Dunilovo Chamberlain sent his people and peasants who stumbled village Hrepelevo, rushed to plunder the monastery courtyard - stables and a large, old age and the peasants began to beat to death, shoot arrows and ruchnits, stabbing spears, whip swords and puffins, looted all the good of the monastery and the peasant 160 rubles. Sometimes the farmer otzhiv favorable years, continued not to pay any fees, do not let the landlord to court and when he banished him not to go; landlord appealed to the court, which found him fair complaint, decided that the peasant went certainly within one month, otherwise ordered to sweep him out immediately.