ca. Jul. 1269

Provisions of the Jewry issued by King Henry III [England] [Provisional]: “It is provided by the king […] that, all debts to Jews which are fees […] be quit to the Christians by whom they are owing and to their heirs for ever, with their arrears. The charters of the fee-debts a foresaid, wherever they shall be found, be returned to the Christians who owe the debts or to their heirs. […] No Jew shall sell any such fee to a Christian on pain of forfeiture of life and chattels. […]”
The Palgrave Dictionary of Medieval Anglo-Jewish History, ed. by Joe Hillaby, Caroline Hillaby, New York 2013, page 31, Researched by Franziska Wagener