Dec. 8, 1350

Writ of Rudolf Otto of Liechtenstein[-Murau] [Present-day Liechtenstein]: “[…] If the Jews want to leave the domain […] they are to apply for permission, however, the people of Liechtenstein promise to give them protection and not to hinder them from departing […] For these rights/privileges, Jews are to pay eight Mark silver annually on St. Jacob’s Day (July 25) as long as they remain in the area of Liechtenstein. Should the Liechtensteiner decide to remove the Jews from their domain, Jews have the right to remain in Murau for one more year while retaining the same rights/privileges.” [Researcher’s note: The above privilege of Rudolf offers a number of protections for Jews as well.]
Brugger, Eveline and Brigit Wiedl: Regesten zur Geschichte der Juden in Österreich im Mittelalter. Band 2: 1339-1365. (Innsbruck/Wien/Bozen; 2010); (Regesta pertaining to the history of Jews in Austria during the Middle Ages. Volume 2: 1339-1365); (Innsbruck/Vienna/Bolzano; 2010); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 6/27/2020