Lebor na Cert, or the Book of Rights, is a book of early laws, from medieval Ireland. The text details the rents and taxes paid by the King of Cashel to various others in Ireland. The Great Book of Lecan and the Book of Ballymote contain copies.
The Lebor na gCeart or the Book of Rights is a 12th century that details customs and practices of Irish nobility in the Middle Ages.  The text outlines the rights of all the monarchs in Ireland at the time and the revenue due them.
Myles Dillon describes the text:
the book of rights purports to record the rights of the Irish Kings, the King of Ireland, the provincial kings and the stipends due from the King of Ireland to the provincial kings... as in the book of Invasions the record is put into verse so the text consists, for the most part, of a collection of poems.
- Full text of "Lebor na cert = The Book of rights".
- 'Lebor na gCeart' - The 'Book of Rights'.
- John O'Donovan, The Book of Rights (Celtic society, 1847) page vi.
- O'Donovan, John (ed. and tr.), Leabhar na g-Ceart, or the Book of rights, Dublin: Celtic Society, 1847.
- Book of Rights (Introduction).
- Dillon, Myles. Lebor na Cert: The Book of Rights. Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1962.
- Lebor na Cert, University College Cork
- The Wild Geese
- Open Library/Archive.org
- Celtic Literature Collective
- Open Library copy of 1847 printing of Leabhar na g-ceart
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