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Daf Yomi

Rash And Impulsive ‘A Place Inhabited By Many Kohanim …’ (Bava Basra 160b)

Dying To Give

Our rabbis, keenly aware of the often ephemeral nature of our resolutions, make us jump through some procedural hoops in order to ensure that we mean what we sell or give away.

Can The Court Can Initiate Questions Leading To Judgment Against A Litigant? (Siman...

Before the Torah obliges a defendant to take the Modeh Bemiktzat oath of partial admission, the defendant must admit at least one perutah of the claim and deny two maot.

When Both Litigants Are Uncertain Of Their Claims (Siman 75:18)

It is the certainty with which the plaintiff presses his claim that obliges the defendant to take an oath and that saddles him with a moral obligation to pay.

Daf Yomi

Crossing The Divide ‘Then The Two Men Shall Stand…’ (Bava Basra 155b)

Unsuccessful Rescue

The bags had floated off in opposite directions and were already filling with water. Yehuda paddled away to pick up his bag.

Daf Yomi

The Priest Forbade Chametz ‘Acquired By Admission’ (Bava Basra 149a)

Coping Alone: The Right Of A Daughter To Inherit

A typical example of a chok is the prohibition against wearing sha’atnez, clothes made of wool and linen. A typical example of a mishpat is the prohibition against murder.

Delayed Flight

Mr. Stein notified all the participants and called Mr. Turk. Our flight was delayed, he said. We will have to reschedule the bus for 5 p.m.

Shevuat Heiset And Circumstantial Evidence – Siman 75:17 (Continued)

In order for an admission to be acceptable in court, it must be made in front of two witnesses appointed to hear it.

Circumcision: Should it be Banned?

From a human perspective, circumcision happens just once; but from the perspective of mission, the message conveyed by this act – the Jewish nation’s unwavering commitment to a higher mission – resounds forever

Migo

Migo applies in a case that a person, usually the defendant, states a weak claim, one that would not ordinarily be believed...

The Origin Of The Shevuat Heiset (Siman 75:17)

It is upon the plaintiff to bring the required evidence to prove his case.

Revelation And Shavuot

There can be no experience so unequivocal and obvious as to conclusively prove the existence of God or the divine origin of His Torah.

Daf Yomi

A Dramatic Change ‘Where His Son Traveled Overseas….’ (Bava Basra 132a)

‘He Who Cannot Swear Must Pay’ Does Not Apply To The Debtor’s Heirs...

The court is concerned the plaintiff might be exploiting the heir’s ignorance of his father’s business affairs and is trying to get paid a second time.

Controversial Ruling

However, if the renter has a definitive claim (ba'ree), as in our case, he is in possession since he holds the money.

Daf Yomi

Who’s On First? ‘Who Is Considered A First Born?’ (Bava Basra 126b)

Giving With A Warm Hand (Bava Batra 126b)

The identity of the heirs and their order of succession cannot be changed by testamentary disposition in a will.

‘He Who Cannot Swear Must Pay’ Does Not Apply To Devolved Oaths (Siman 75:15)

The Torah does not impose an oath on a defendant in a dispute involving land, servants, or promissory notes.

Drinks Over Which To Make Kiddush (Bava Batra 95a)

Havdalah, according to most opinions, is of rabbinic origin. Accordingly, the rabbis have a more flexible approach.

Daf Yomi

Priorities ‘According To Their Wisdom And Their Age’ (Bava Basra 120a)

When ‘He Who Can’t Swear Must Pay’ Doesn’t Apply (Siman 75:14)

Another example of a case in which the Modeh Bemikzat oath of partial admission imposed by the Torah does not apply is where the amount admitted is less than a minimum amount of two kesef silver coins.

Seforim Exchange

He discovered the Mikraos Gedolos cost about 35 percent more than the Mishnah Berurah.

Daf Yomi

Final And Proper Honors ‘In A Grave Not His Own?’ (Baba Basra 112b)

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