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My Loss Or Yours


“What if Dan was unsuccessful in recovering my bag?” asked Shai.

“Even had Dan stipulated, you would not have to cover the loss of his bag but only the value of his service in pursuing the thief,” said Rabbi Dayan. “If you were present and Dan didn’t stipulate, you wouldn’t have to pay anything, since he didn’t provide any service of value.” (C.M. 264:4; See SM”A 264:12)

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