The author introduces us to elements of the credit policy that applied in the Byzantine Empire during the seventh and eighth centuries. Credit policy is provided through the legal texts eclogue, agrarian law and Maritime Law. The creation of the credit policy was one of the inevitable development of economic life segments of the Empire of this age. The paper gives some credit policy institutes. These are: mortgage, mortgage loans, mortgages, antihreza, borrowing money. Finally, the author concludes that these laws maintain continuity in the development of credit relations with the Roman law. Observed in the general credit policies in these three laws are not much changed from the Justinian codification.