Geoffroy, by the grace of God, bishop of Amiens, to all those who see this writing, greetings in our Lord. Since a complaint and disagreement had arisen between us, on the one hand, and the mayor and aldermen of the commune of the city of Amiens on the other concerning the justice that we have and claim in Amiens in the new road called Nouvelle Canteraine. And since the mayor and the commune of the city of Amiens, contend that the justice of that place was not ours at all, as we claim and demand it, and that all the justice of that place, except catel, belonged to the commune and was subject to the justice and jurisdiction according to the rights and laws of the commune of the city of Amiens. And since we and the commune of the city of Amiens have appeared as plaintiffs before Louis, king of France, as a result of this peace was made through our assent and the assent of the commune of the city of Amiens. [It was agreed] that the commune of the city of Amiens will pay us and the other bishops of Amiens who succeed us, each year, irredeemably and for ever, at the feast of Saint Remi, 12 pounds of Paris [in payment] for our justice as we have and may have in the [street of] Nouvelle Canteraine, which shall always and in all things be subject to justice according to the customs, rights and laws of the commune, except for the justice of catel , which shall belong for ever to the jurisdiction of the mayor and the aldermen and the community of the city of Amiens, without being shared elsewhere. And, with the assent of our council and of our church, we make over and concede and renounce to the commune of the city of Amiens perpetually and for ever whatever we have and claim and may have in the justice of [the street of] Nouvelle Canteraine, which was in all things subject to [our] justice according to the customs and rights and laws of the commune, except for the justice of catel, which the mayor and the commune of the city of Amiens shall have for ever, without any part being shared, [this] for the 12 pounds mentioned before paid each year to us and to the other bishops who shall succeed us. And so that this compromise and ordinance may be firm and established for ever, we, with the assent of our church and the commune of the city of Amiens have confirmed this by the authority of our seals.