201. Not to wrong such a slave (Deut. 23:17).
202. Not to muzzle a beast, while it is working in produce which it can eat and enjoy (Deut. 25:4).
Vows, Oaths and Swearing
203. That a man should fulfill whatever he has uttered (Deut. 23:24).
204. Not to swear needlessly (Ex. 20:7) (CCN29).
205. Not to violate an oath or swear falsely (Lev. 19:12).
206. To decide in cases of annulment of vows, according to the rules set forth in the Torah (Num. 30:2-17).
207. Not to break a vow (Num. 30:3).
208. To swear by His name truly (Deut. 10:20).
209. Not to delay in fulfilling vows or bringing vowed or free-will offerings (Deut. 23:22).
The Sabbatical and Jubilee Years
210. To let the land lie fallow in the Sabbatical year (Ex. 23:11; Lev. 25:2).
211. To cease from tilling the land in the Sabbatical year (Ex. 23:11).
212. Not to till the ground in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:4) (negative).
213. Not to do any work on the trees in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:4).
214. Not to reap the aftermath that grows in the Sabbatical year, in the same way as it is reaped in other years (Lev. 25:5).
215. Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Sabbatical year in the same way as it is gathered in other years (Lev. 25:5).
216. To sound the Ram’s horn in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:9).
217. To release debts in the seventh year (Deut. 15:2).
218. Not to demand return of a loan after the Sabbatical year has passed (Deut. 15:2).
219. Not to refrain from making a loan to a poor man, because of the release of loans in the Sabbatical year (Deut. 15:9).
220. To assemble the people to hear the Torah at the close of the seventh year (Deut. 31:12).
221. To count the years of the Jubilee by years and by cycles of seven years (Lev. 25:8).
222. To keep the Jubilee year holy by resting and letting the land lie fallow (Lev. 25:10).
223. Not to cultivate the soil nor do any work on the trees, in the Jubilee Year (Lev. 25:11).
224. Not to reap the aftermath of the field that grew of itself in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Lev. 25:11).
225. Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Lev. 25:11).
226. To grant redemption to the land in the Jubilee year (Lev. 25:24).
The Court and Judicial Procedure
227. To appoint judges and officers in every community of Israel (Deut. 16:18) (affirmative).
228. Not to appoint as a judge, a person who is not well versed in the laws of the Torah, even if he is expert in other branches of knowledge (Deut. 1:17).
229. To adjudicate cases of purchase and sale (Lev. 25:14).
230. To judge cases of liability of a paid depositary (Ex. 22:9).
231. To adjudicate cases of loss for which a gratuitous borrower is liable (Ex. 22:13-14).
232. To adjudicate cases of inheritances (Num. 27:8-11).
233. To judge cases of damage caused by an uncovered pit (Ex. 21:33-34).
234. To judge cases of injuries caused by beasts (Ex. 21:35-36).
235. To adjudicate cases of damage caused by trespass of cattle (Ex. 22:4).
236. To adjudicate cases of damage caused by fire (Ex. 22:5).
237. To adjudicate cases of damage caused by a gratuitous depositary (Ex. 22:6-7).
238. To adjudicate other cases between a plaintiff and a defendant (Ex. 22:8).
239. Not to curse a judge (Ex. 22:27).
240. That one who possesses evidence shall testify in Court (Lev. 5:1).
241. Not to testify falsely (Ex. 20:13).
242. That a witness, who has testified in a capital case, shall not lay down the law in that particular case (Num. 35:30).
243. That a transgressor shall not testify (Ex. 23:1).
244. That the court shall not accept the testimony of a close relative of the defendant in matters of capital punishment (Deut. 24:16).
245. Not to hear one of the parties to a suit in the absence of the other party (Ex. 23:1).
246. To examine witnesses thoroughly (Deut. 13:15).
247. Not to decide a case on the evidence of a single witness (Deut. 19:15).
248. To give the decision according to the majority, when there is a difference of opinion among the members of the Sanhedrin as to matters of law (Ex. 23:2).
249. Not to decide, in capital cases, according to the view of the majority, when those who are for condemnation exceed by one only, those who are for acquittal (Ex. 23:2).
250. That, in capital cases, one who had argued for acquittal, shall not later on argue for condemnation (Ex. 23:2).
251. To treat parties in a litigation with equal impartiality (Lev. 19:15).
252. Not to render iniquitous decisions (Lev. 19:15).
253. Not to favor a great man when trying a case (Lev. 19:15).
254. Not to take a bribe (Ex. 23:8).
255. Not to be afraid of a bad man, when trying a case (Deut. 1:17).
256. Not to be moved in trying a case, by the poverty of one of the parties (Ex. 23:3; Lev. 19:15).
257. Not to pervert the judgment of strangers or orphans (Deut. 24:17).
258. Not to pervert the judgment of a sinner (Ex. 23:6).
259. Not to render a decision on one’s personal opinion, but only on the evidence of two witnesses, who saw what actually occurred (Ex. 23:7).
260. Not to execute one guilty of a capital offense, before he has stood his trial (Num. 35:12).
261. To accept the rulings of every Supreme Court in Israel (Deut. 17:11).
262. Not to rebel against the orders of the Court (Deut. 17:11).
Injuries and Damages
263. To make a parapet for your roof (Deut. 22:8).
264. Not to leave something that might cause hurt (Deut. 22:8).
265. To save the pursued even at the cost of the life of the pursuer (Deut. 25:12).
266. Not to spare a pursuer, but he is to be slain before he reaches the pursued and slays the latter, or uncovers his nakedness (Deut. 25:12).
Property and Property Rights
267. Not to sell a field in the land of Israel in perpetuity (Lev. 25:23).
268. Not to change the character of the open land (about the cities of) the Levites or of their fields; not to sell it in perpetuity, but it may be redeemed at any time (Lev. 25:34).
269. That houses sold within a walled city may be redeemed within a year (Lev. 25:29).
270. Not to remove landmarks (property boundaries) (Deut. 19:14).
271. Not to swear falsely in denial of another’s property rights (Lev. 19:11).
272. Not to deny falsely another’s property rights (Lev. 19:11).
273. Never to settle in the land of Egypt (Deut. 17:16).
274. Not to steal personal property (Lev. 19:11).
275. To restore that which one took by robbery (Lev. 5:23).
276. To return lost property (Deut. 22:1).
277. Not to pretend not to have seen lost property, to avoid returning it (Deut. 22:3).
278. Not to slay an innocent person (Ex. 20:13).
279. Not to kidnap any person of Israel (Ex. 20:13).
280. Not to rob by violence (Lev. 19:13).
281. Not to defraud (Lev. 19:13).
282. Not to covet what belongs to another (Ex. 20:14).
283. Not to crave something that belongs to another (Deut. 5:18).
284. Not to indulge in evil thoughts and sights (Num. 15:39).
Punishment and Restitution
285. That the Court shall pass sentence of death by decapitation with the sword (Ex. 21:20; Lev. 26:25).
286. That the Court shall pass sentence of death by strangulation (Lev. 20:10).
287. That the Court shall pass sentence of death by burning with fire (Lev. 20:14).
288. That the Court shall pass sentence of death by stoning (Deut. 22:24).
289. To hang the dead body of one who has incurred that penalty (Deut. 21:22).
290. That the dead body of an executed criminal shall not remain hanging on the tree over night (Deut. 21:23).
291. To inter the executed on the day of execution (Deut. 21:23).
292. Not to accept ransom from a murderer (Num. 35:31).
293. To exile one who committed accidental homicide (Num. 35:25).
294. To establish six cities of refuge (for those who committed accidental homicide) (Deut. 19:3).
295. Not to accept ransom from an accidental homicide, so as to relieve him from exile (Num. 35:32).
296. To decapitate the heifer in the manner prescribed (in expiation of a murder on the road, the perpetrator of which remained undiscovered) (Deut. 21:4).
297. Not to plow nor sow the rough valley (Deut. 21:4).
298. To adjudge a thief to pay compensation or (in certain cases) suffer death (Ex. 21:16; Ex. 21:37; Ex. 22:1).
299. That he who inflicts a bodily injury shall pay monetary compensation (Ex. 21:18-19).
300. To impose a penalty of fifty shekels upon the seducer (of an unbetrothed virgin) and enforce the other rules in connection with the case (Ex. 22:15-16).