The intention of Charlemagne first failed: This service seemed too burdensome. The Jews tithe was part of the general plan of the base of the state, and here the tithe .byla burden unrelated to the monarchy institutions. Because regulations attached to the law of the Lombards, one can see the difficulties has been linked including acres in the civil law, according to various conciliar canons can judge what difficulties they delivered the collection of ecclesiastical legislation. The people agreed, finally, to pay tithe for the preservation of the right to repurchase it. Resolution of Louis the Pious and his son, the Emperor Lothair, this was not allowed.