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“What if the time element was not stipulated, but clearly understood?” asked Mr. Freilich.

“Presumably, the same would be true,” answered Rabbi Dayan. “If the delay makes the merchandise unusable, it’s tantamount to damaged merchandise.” (See Darchei Mishpat 13:14)

“What if the time element wasn’t critical, but mentioned as a stipulation for the order?” asked Mr. Freilich

“The Taz might not allow cancelling such an order,” replied Rabbi Dayan. “However, the Shach [Nekudos Hakesef Y.D. 263:3-7; C.M. 21:3] writes that if the delivery arrangement was mentioned as a stipulation, if it was not upheld, even due to uncontrollable circumstances, the customer can refuse the shipment. Only if the order was placed without stipulation, and the terms of delivery were added later or not presented as a stipulation for the sale, is a claim of oness valid. His position is accepted by later authorities.” (See Nesivos C.M. 21:3; Pischei Teshuvah 207:2;)

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“I accept the ruling,” said Mr. Broyer, “but would like to understand the reasoning.”

“The problem is that the sum total is listed is $17,000. However, when you add the sums mentioned, it is clear that the total of $17,000 is an error. Thus, Mr. Broyer owes me $18,000, not $17,000.”

“The guiding principle regarding work terms is: hakol keminhag hamidina – everything in accordance with the common practice,” replied Rabbi Dayan.

“No, I can’t take more than $65,” protested Mrs. Fleisher. “You may not owe me more than that.”

“If I notify people, nobody will buy the matzos!” exclaimed Mr. Mandel. “Once the halachic advisory panel ruled leniently, why can’t I sell the matzos regularly?”

“Do we have to donate again?” some people asked. “Is it fair that we should have to pay twice?”

“This sounds like a question for Rabbi Dayan,” said Mr. Cohen. He took out his cell phone and called Rabbi Dayan.

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