Leviticus Chapter 13 Verse 31 - 59
31.) And after looking at the diseased place, if it does not seem to go deeper than the skin, and there is no black hair in it, then the priest will have him shut up for seven days:
32.) And on the seventh day the priest will see the place: and if it is not increased, and there is no yellow hair in it, and it does not seem to go deeper than the skin,
33.) Then his hair is to be cut off, but not on the diseased place, and he is to be shut up for seven days more:
34.) And on the seventh day the priest will see the place: and if it is not increased, and does not seem to go deeper than the skin, the priest will say that he is clean: and after his clothing has been washed he will be clean.
35.) But if the disease in his skin becomes worse after he has been made clean,
36.) Then the priest is to see him: and if the mark is increased, the priest, without looking for the yellow hair, will say that he is unclean.
37.) But if, in his opinion, the growth is stopped, and black hair has come up on it, the disease has gone; he is clean and the priest will say that he is clean.
38.) And if a man or a woman has bright marks on the skin of their flesh, that is, bright white marks,
39.) Then the priest is to see them: and if the white marks on their skin are not very bright, it is a skin disease which has come out on the skin; he is clean.
40.) And if a man's hair has come out and he has no hair, still he is clean.
41.) And if the hair has gone from the front part of his head, so that he has no hair there, still he is clean.
42.) But if, on his head or on his brow, where he has no hair, there is a red and white place, it is the disease of the leper coming out on his head or on his brow.
43.) Then if the priest sees that the growth of the disease has become red and white on his head or on his brow where there is no hair, like the mark in the skin of a leper;
44.) He is a leper and unclean; the priest is to say that he is most certainly unclean: the disease is in his head.
45.) And the leper who has the disease on him is to go about with signs of grief, with his hair loose and his mouth covered, crying, Unclean, unclean.
46.) While the disease is on him, he will be unclean. He is unclean: let him keep by himself, living outside the tent-circle.
47.) And any clothing of wool or of linen in which is the mark of the disease;
48.) If it is in the threads of the linen or of the wool, or in leather, or in anything made of skin;
49.) If there are red or green marks on the clothing, or on the leather, or in the threads of the cloth, or in anything made of skin, it is the leper's disease: let the priest see it.
50.) And after it has been seen by the priest, the thing which is so marked is to be shut up for seven days:
51.) And he is to see the mark on the seventh day; if the mark is increased in the clothing, or in the threads of the material, or in the leather, whatever the leather is used for, it is the disease biting into it: it is unclean.
52.) And the clothing, or the wool or linen material, or anything of leather in which is the disease, is to be burned: for the disease is biting into it; let it be burned in the fire.
53.) And if the priest sees that the mark is not increased in the clothing or in any part of the material or in the leather,
54.) Then the priest will give orders for the thing on which the mark is, to be washed, and to be shut up for seven days more:
55.) And if, after the mark has been washed, the priest sees that the colour of it is not changed and it is not increased, it is to be burned in the fire: the disease is working in it, though the damage may be inside or outside.
56.) And if the priest sees that the mark is less bright after the washing, then let him have it cut out of the clothing or the leather or from the threads of the material:
57.) And if the mark is still seen in the clothing or in the threads of the material or in the leather, it is the disease coming out: the thing in which the disease is will have to be burned with fire.
58.) And the material of the clothing, or anything of skin, which has been washed, if the mark has gone out of it, let it be washed a second time and it will be clean.
59.) This is the law about the leper's disease in the thread of wool or linen material, in clothing or in anything of skin, saying how it is to be judged clean or unclean.