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Posted on: January 19th, 2017
‘Two Gardens: One Above The Other…’
(Bava Metzia 118b)
Mr. Lewis quickly called the owner above, Mr. Wasser, but the phone was busy. He ran upstairs and knocked on the door.
When it comes to the payment of debts, halacha, like other systems of law, struggles with two competing concerns.
Posted on: January 12th, 2017
When the landlord deposited Shalom's final rent check, it was refused for insufficient funds. He asked Shalom to make good on the rent.
For Lack Of Funds
‘Merchants in Sura Are Not in Violation of…’
(Bava Metzia 111a)
Posted on: January 5th, 2017
Must Investments Be Invested?
‘The Parts of the Iska Are Interdependent’
(Bava Metzia 105a)
The freedom to quit a job in the middle, like the exercise of all freedom, may need to be restrained to the extent that it hurts innocent people.
Posted on: December 29th, 2016
A Public Servant
‘You, Our Master, Are On Loan To Us…’
(Bava Metzia 97a)
The length of the advance eviction notice required by the halacha depends on the season in which the eviction occurs and the location of the premises.
Yossi settled down with some chocolate coins to study for a test on hilchos Chanukah. Suddenly, there seemed to be a commotion in the street.
Posted on: December 23rd, 2016
When the two returned late that night, Dov took the coupon collection and threw it down the incinerator.
The loan portion of the capital is not at risk because, under the terms of the heter iska, Mamon will get it back whether the business prospers or fails.
Posted on: December 22nd, 2016
His Father Gave The Ring
‘What About A Worker Toasting The Produce And Eating?’
(Bava Metzia 89a)
Posted on: December 15th, 2016
It would be hard for you to deny your knowledge of where this human cargo was headed, as the air was heavy with the smell of burning flesh. But you never killed anyone.
Law And Order
‘R. Elazar b. R. Shimon Would Apprehend Thieves …’
(Bava Metzia 83b)
Suddenly, she heard the clatter of shattering glass. Mrs. Friedman quickly turned around and saw Malka swiping at the jars of jelly.
Ribbit is defined in the Talmud as agar natar, which means any compensation, whether in money or in kind, a Jew receives from a fellow Jew for having to wait for payment.
Posted on: December 8th, 2016
In thirty-six different places the Torah warns us to be kind to people who have converted to Judaism.
Indeed, He Honored His Father
‘They Were Hired To Irrigate, But The River Dried Up’
(Bava Metzia 76b-77a)
Throughout the summer, Sara would keep the receipts of her expenses in a pencil case and submit them at the end of each week for cash reimbursement.
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