"aIf a mansteals an oxor a sheep and slaughters it orsells it, he shall payfiveoxen for the ox and 1foursheep for the sheep.
"bIf the 2thief is ccaught while breaking in and is struck so that he dies, there will be nobloodguiltiness on his account.
"But if the sun has risen on him, there will be bloodguiltiness on his account. He shall surelymakerestitution; if he owns nothing, then he shall be 3sold for his theft.
4"Ifwhat he stole is actuallyfoundalive in his dpossession, whether an oxor a donkeyor a sheep, 4he shall paydouble.
5"If a man lets a fieldorvineyard be grazed bare and lets his animalloose so that it grazes in another man's field, he shall makerestitution from the best of his own field and the best of his own vineyard.
6"If a firebreaks out and spreads to thornbushes, so that stacked grain or the standinggrainor the field itself is consumed, he who started the fire shall surelymakerestitution.