This is an account of the visitation of the Perth Charterhouse in 1543, with my attempted translation below. I have highlighted the part of which I am most uncertain, but there are several other places where I am far from confident.
Prior domus, domnus Alexander Inglis, vita execrabilis et verbis et doctrina pernitiosus, paula ante resignata domo in manus cuiusdam secularis, et alienatatis tam mobilibus quam immoblilibus bonis, habitum et ordinem dimisit. Quem absentem absoluentes et absolutum declarantes, domnum Symonem Galloway Procuratorem dictae domus canonice electum in Priorem confirmarunt, eundem exhortantes ut destructis et euulsis Prioris vitae erroribus, reformationi domus in utroque statu diligenter intendat; monachos etiam inuenerunt pro magna parte sui status oblitos, in multis valde enormiter a verae religionibus tramite oberrasse; et ordinauerunt ibi plurima pro domus reformatione, et signanter de uisitanda dicta domo.
The prior of the house, Sir Alexander Inglis, detestable in life and pernicious in word and doctrine, a little while before having resigning the house into the hands of certain seculars, and alienated both movable and immovable goods, renounced habit and order [i.e. both his monks habit and the Carthusian order]. Whom being absent, loosing and declaring discharged, Sir Simon Galloway, procurator of the said house, being elected by the canons as prior, they confirmed; exhorting him that having destroyed and cast out the errors of the life of the prior, he should diligently strain after the reformation of the house in both regards [I think this may be a technical expression for temporal and spiritual aspects]; even the monks, they found for the great part unmindful of his own state, in many things wandering in bypaths greatly deviating from true religious persons; and they ordained there many things for the reformation of the house, and noted from the visit of the said house.