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“In that case, since the guardian admits partially and cannot swear about the remainder, some maintain he must pay even without an oath by the owner, based on the rule of mitoch she’aino yachol lishava meshalem,” replied Rabbi Dayan.

“Others maintain that this principle does not apply, though, since the guardian is not expected to know how much was inside, so that an oath by Mr. Meyers is still required.” (90:10; 298:1)

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