Apr. 29, 1323

“Order” of King Louis IV (Ludwig) [Present-day Germany; Free Imperial City of Frankfurt and Wetterau]: “[…] the judgments against the Jews […] are unassailable and should be obeyed. This legal decision is not to be retried in front of secular judges […] and the abbot and the monastery are relieved of their obligations to pay the Jews back […]. The monastery is exempt from all legal actions brought forth against them by the Jews. […]” [Researcher’s note: This order was signed by the king in Nuremberg, Bavaria.]
MGH Const. 5, Nr. 737, S. 574 (“ Monuments of German Historical Constitutions 5, No. 737, p. 574”); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 4/22/2017