Translation:Shulchan Aruch/Choshen Mishpat/406
Paragraph 1- If an ox of a Jew gored the ox of an idolater, the Jew would be exempt. If the idolater’s ox gored the Jew’s ox, he would be required to pay for the full damage, whether the ox was unwarned or warned.
Paragraph 2- If an ownerless ox gored, and before the victim could seize it someone came long and acquired it, the new owner would be exempt.
Paragraph 3- If one’s ox gored and he made it ownerless before litigation, and another party acquired it, the new owner would be exempt. If the original owner himself acquired it, he would be liable.
Paragraph 4- If the ox gored and the owner then sold or bequeathed it, he would still be liable.
Paragraph 5- If the ox of a sane person gored the ox of a deaf-mute, fool or minor, he would be liable. If the ox of a deaf-mute, fool or minor gored the ox of a sane person, or an ox whose owners went overseas gored, the owners would be exempt.