XXII. GLORIOUS KING FLAVIUS ERVIG
That anyone who has a Jew in his service, and a priest demands him, shall not have a right to retain said Jew.
If anyone of the laity has a Jewish man or woman in his service, or under his protection, and by the exertion of his authority deprives them of the privilege of resorting at any time to the bishop or the priest, or prevents them from going, for the sake of instruction, to the bishop or the priest, on the days appointed for that purpose, he shall be excommunicated by the bishop, and be deprived of said slave whom he attempted to restrain illegally, and for every slave so restrained he shall pay three pounds of gold to the king.
(trans. P.S.Scott 1910: 404-405, slightly changed)