Code of Cerantia
If a man practicing robbery should be captured, that man shall return the stolen property or its equivalent in gold to the man he stole it from, plus twice the valu of the stolen property, or be put to death.
If a man has come forward in a lawsuit for the witnessing of fale things, and has not proved the things that he said, if that lawsuit is a capital case, that man shall be put to death. If he came forward witnessing about property of any kind, he shall bear the penalty to which applies to that case.
If someone has concealed a member of Cerantia, and has not revealed him to a Cerantian law enforcer upon questioning or request, the man in question shall be put to death, or be put to any punishment requested by the concealed that is considered just and fair by the Emperor or Empress.
If a man defends anothers property, and he takes something of value from the property during the defense, he shall be throne to the enemies or put to death.
If a man is subject to a debt bearing interest, and he is unable to farm, mind, or harvest lumber due to circumstances beyond his control, he shall not pay interest untill he can work again.
If a man has set aside any property or title for his favorite heir hand has written a sealed document for him confirming this, after the father has gone to his doom, the heir shall receive the property and title set aside for him, and the remainder shall be shared among the father's descendants evenly.
If a man aids a fugitive of Cerantian law to escape, he shall be put to death.
If a man be in debt, he may sell his wife, son, daughter, or himself to work for three years (days) in the house of the person he is indebted to. In the fourth year (day), he shall be given his freedom.
If an engineer creates a construction work that does not maintain its strength and causes the death of another directly, he shall be put to death.
If a man would put away, or divorce, his wife who has not bore him children, he shall give her money to the amount of her marriage settlement, and he shall make good for her the dowry which she brought from her father's house, and then he may put her away.
If a man should strike another man, he will receive an injury equivalent to that dealt on the other, or pay 300 gold to the offender.
If a man should strike another man while attempting to defend him, that man shall swear "I did not strike him deliberately," and he shall pay the surgeon or make him well to the best of his ability.
If a man should kill another without just cause as determined by a Cerantian law enforcer, that man shall be put to death.
If a man should enslave another without the slave retaining the rights to peace, prosperity, and life, or without the slave having a means to pay his way to freedom, that man shall be made a slave, and the slave shall be made his master, or the man in question shall be put to death.
If a man should force, coerce, or otherwise persuade someone to lay with them in an intimate manner, as one may lay with their spouse, they will be made so that they may not perform such acts ever again, as well as any other punishment that the victim may wish upon the offender.