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“Where someone sold non-kosher food, a distinction is made whether the prohibition was biblical or rabbinic,” answered Rabbi Dayan. “There, at least, the customer had the benefit of eating the food. However, in our case the usage of the esrog was to fulfill the mitzvah. Even if the disqualification is rabbinic, Mr. Hadar could not fulfill his mitzvah properly. Therefore, the sale is faulty and he is entitled to a refund.”

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