Leviticus 22:11; Leviticus 25:14-15; Leviticus 25:28; Leviticus 25:30; Leviticus 25:44-45; Leviticus 25:50; Leviticus 27:24
'But if a priest buys a slave as his property with his money, that one may eat of it, and those who are born in his house may eat of his food.
'If you make a sale, moreover, to your friend or buy from your friend's hand, you shall not wrong one another.
'Corresponding to the number of years after the jubilee, you shall buy from your friend; he is to sell to you according to the number of years of crops.
'But if he has not found sufficient means to get it back for himself, then what he has sold shall remain in the hands of its purchaser until the year of jubilee; but at the jubilee it shall revert, that he may return to his property.
'But if it is not bought back for him within the space of a full year, then the house that is in the walled city passes permanently to its purchaser throughout his generations; it does not revert in the jubilee.
'As for your male and female slaves whom you may have -you may acquire male and female slaves from the pagan nations that are around you.
'Then, too, it is out of the sons of the sojourners who live as aliens among you that you may gain acquisition, and out of their families who are with you, whom they will have produced in your land; they also may become your possession.
'He then with his purchaser shall calculate from the year when he sold himself to him up to the year of jubilee; and the price of his sale shall correspond to the number of years. It is like the days of a hired man that he shall be with him.
'In the year of jubilee the field shall return to the one from whom he bought it, to whom the possession of the land belongs.