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The Great Escape

The Talmud tells us that a lamp is lit over the head of each unborn child in its mother’s womb, enabling it to perceive all the ways of God throughout the world.

Is A Wife Responsible For Her Husband’s Debts (Even If He Spent All The...

The woman’s defense to the husband’s claim for reimbursement that she merely co-signed the note at his request but did not, in fact, receive any of the borrowed money, will be rejected unless she has a migo.

Travel Expense Allowance

Mr. Muller spoke with some of the senior employees, who traveled often. He heard from them different approaches regarding travel expenses.

Daf Yomi

Siddurim On A Bimah ‘The Heart Of Beis Din Provides For It’ (Shavuos 11a)

Halfway Houses (Arei Miklat) (Makkot 11a)

Once inside the ir miklat, the law prohibited the goel hadam from avenging the deceased’s blood.

Daf Yomi

Leprosy? ‘Any Kohen Who Is Not An Expert…’ (Shavuos 6a)

Increased Rates

You are only required to pay what she charged in the past, answered Rabbi Dayan. However, I would recommend reaching a compromise with her.

My Father’s Chin (Nazir 40b)

In addressing the question of which devices may be used to remove one’s beard without violating the Torah prohibition, halachic literature focuses on the extent to which these devices function like a razor blade.

Daf Yomi

A Threat To Life And Limb ‘How Many Lashes Are Given Him?’ (Makkos 22a-b)

Can Someone Who Borrowed From Two Joint Lenders Refuse To Repay If He’s Sued...

The reason the defendant is entitled to refuse to repay the loan or to return the deposit to only one of its owners is that he accepted the money or the deposit from both.

Surreptitious Murder – Eidim Zommemim

In the case of eidei hachashah, however, the second pair of witnesses testifies that the crime never occurred.

Defective Return

When Shraga was ready to go back, Ari looked in the closet, but the shirt was missing.

Does The Release Of One Guarantor Release The Other? (Siman 77:8)

The underlying loan survives as the obligation of the borrower even after the release of the first guarantor.

Do Or Die (Sanhedrin 74a)

There are, however, times when the concern of Chillul Hashem is so paramount that one must choose to die rather than violate any prohibition in public.

Daf Yomi

Entitlements ‘Not Returned To His Former Prominence’ (Makkos 12a)

Diamond Broker

But I bought the gem from you and gave you the money, reasoned Mr. Silver. You owe me the money; you go deal with the seller!

Is Compromise An Admission? (Siman 77:7)

The lender who sued must hold half of what he collected on trust for the other lender.

Incarceration Under Jewish Law (Sanhedrin 81b)

The authority to incarcerate a person and deny freedom in certain situations is part of halacha le Moshe Mi’Sinai, the Oral Law conveyed by God to Moshe and by Moshe to the people of Israel.

Settled For Less

But I borrowed the phone, so your liability is to me, responded Avi. Who cares what went on between me and Yitzi?

Daf Yomi

The Red Sea’s Argument ‘Relatives Of A Guarantor’ (Makos 7a)

Forgiveness Of A Loan Owed By One Partner (Siman 77:6)

The borrower who paid the entire loan would, of course, have a claim for reimbursement against the co-borrower for the amount he repaid on his behalf.

Daf Yomi

Without Warning ‘But You Were With Us…’ (Makkos 2a)

Scared By The Dog

"I didn't knowingly damage," pointed out Mrs. Neuman. "I didn't intend to upset the table."

The Best Judgment Is Compromise (Sanhedrin 6a and b)

A judge must open the proceedings by urging the litigants to settle the dispute by way of compromise.

Daf Yomi

Is Silence Golden ? ‘Iyov, Who Was Silent …’ (Sanhedrin 106a)

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