Leviticus 25:25-26; Leviticus 25:30; Leviticus 25:33; Leviticus 25:48-49; Leviticus 25:54; Leviticus 27:13; Leviticus 27:15; Leviticus 27:19-20; Leviticus 27:27-28; Leviticus 27:31; Leviticus 27:33
'If a fellow countryman of yours becomes so poor he has to sell part of his property, then his nearest kinsman is to come and buy back what his relative has sold.
'Or in case a man has no kinsman, but so recovers his means as to find sufficient for its redemption,
'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.
'What, therefore, belongs to the Levites may be redeemed and a house sale in the city of this possession reverts in the jubilee, for the houses of the cities of the Levites are their possession among the sons of Israel.
then he shall have redemption right after he has been sold. One of his brothers may redeem him,
or his uncle, or his uncle's son, may redeem him, or one of his blood relatives from his family may redeem him; or if he prospers, he may redeem himself.
'Even if he is not redeemed by these means, he shall still go out in the year of jubilee, he and his sons with him.
'But if he should ever wish to redeem it, then he shall add one-fifth of it to your valuation.
'Yet if the one who consecrates it should wish to redeem his house, then he shall add one-fifth of your valuation price to it, so that it may be his.
'If the one who consecrates it should ever wish to redeem the field, then he shall add one-fifth of your valuation price to it, so that it may pass to him.
'Yet if he will not redeem the field, but has sold the field to another man, it may no longer be redeemed;
'But if it is among the unclean animals, then he shall redeem it according to your valuation and add to it one-fifth of it; and if it is not redeemed, then it shall be sold according to your valuation.
'Nevertheless, anything which a man sets apart to the LORD out of all that he has, of man or animal or of the fields of his own property, shall not be sold or redeemed. Anything devoted to destruction is most holy to the LORD .
'If, therefore, a man wishes to redeem part of his tithe, he shall add to it one-fifth of it.
'He is not to be concerned whether it is good or bad, nor shall he exchange it; or if he does exchange it, then both it and its substitute shall become holy. It shall not be redeemed.' "