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Daf Yomi

Start Of The Yeshiva Semester ‘Today Is Propitious…’ (Sanhedrin 65b – 66a)

The Borrower Who Has To Repay A Loan Twice Even Though He Only Borrowed...

There was no basis for him to assume that the two plaintiffs trusted each other and that one of them would not claim the repayment of a loan he never lent.

Selichot

Today, few people fast during the Days of Selichot, but the custom is to rise early to recite Selichot.

Shoplifter

The store was a rather expensive one. Furthermore, the mark-up in the clothing industry is usually about 100 percent.

Daf Yomi

Global Shabbos – Everywhere Simultaneously Departing After Shabbos, Arriving On Shabbos (Sanhedrin 58b)

Jewish Criminal Law And The Accused

From the violator’s perspective, the prospect of death at the Hand of God may seem as dim as a cloudy star.

Lost In The Rescue

I jumped into the water to save someone's life and my cell phone got ruined, he said. Is the man liable for the ruined phone?

Prime Time Prayer

On that Yom Kippur, the shattered pieces of God’s faith in the Jews were restored and the twin tablets of their eternal relationship renewed

Two Lenders Each Claim A Borrower Owes Him The Larger Amount – Shulchan Aruch,...

They did not want the borrower to assume they trusted each other. Their purpose in telling him who lent what was so the borrower should take note of it.

Daf Yomi

A Future Investment ‘ A Halacha For The Days Of Moshiach’ (Sanhedrin 51b)

Daf Yomi

A Wedding Dance ‘ It Should Be Said While Standing…’ (Sanhedrin 42a)

Two Lenders Each Claim A Borrower Owes Him The Larger Amount – Siman 76:1...

Before receiving two hundred dinarim, each lender must swear that he was the one who lent two hundred dinarim.

See Nothing, Say Nothing (Witnesses In Monetary Cases)

By stifling your testimony, you deny the litigant this evidentiary benefit.

When A Borrower Must Repay A Loan Twice (Siman 76:1)

The halacha is that first C must repay the two hundred dinarim that are not in dispute.

Daf Yomi

D’tzach, Adash, B’Achav ‘Everyone Is Qualified To Judge’ (Sanhedrin 36b)

Summons To Court And Process Servers

If the plaintiff lives in Chicago and the defendant lives in New York, the plaintiff may not summon the defendant to the bet din in Chicago but only to the bet din in New York.

Expensive Repair

The two decided to approach Rabbi Dayan. Mr. Weil damaged my car, said Mr. Braun. I'd like to have it repaired at a dealer-authorized body shop, but he has a cheaper estimate. Is he liable for the full cost?

Restore Our Judges Of Old (Sanhedrin 2a)

Cases involving fines and punitive damages, kenas, required a court of three judges ordained with authentic semicha.

Revoking The Testimony Of Witnesses (Siman 75:25)

This will render any note the plaintiff may subsequently produce null and void...

Waiving Your Rights

Such a document is legally binding, said Mr. Cohen, but I'm not sure that it's halachically binding.

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