ca. 1100 C.E.

[Possible/Probable] Laws regarding Dhimmis’ Servitudes Issued by Ibn Abdun in Seville [Present-day Spain] [Provisional]: “Paragraph 157 –  A Jew mustn’t slaughter an animal for a Muslim. The Jews may be authorized to open their own special butcher shops. Paragraph 164 – It is forbidden to sell a coat that once belonged to a leper, to a Jew or Christian, unless the buyer is informed of its origin. […]”[Researcher’s note: The date for this law collection is believed to be around the year 1100.]
Bat Ye’Or, the Dhimmi. Jews and Christians under Islam, 1985, page 187. Edited by Franziska Wagener 4/2016