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The halacha we have today is mostly sourced in Talmud Bavli(the Babylonian Talmud),Medrash and Zohar. I would like to know what Halachot which we have today which are sourced strictly in the Yerushalmi (the Jerusalem Talmud) and where they can be found in the Yerushalmi. Any Halacha would be appreciated.

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I think you're going to get a lot of answers on this one. –  Double AA Jan 6 '12 at 4:29
    
thats great I hope you are right –  simchastorah Jan 6 '12 at 4:42
    
Great resource article on this topic THANKS too YDK –  simchastorah Jan 6 '12 at 5:00
    
    
This question is a subset of this one: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/13058/472. –  Monica Cellio Jan 6 '12 at 15:14
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According to the Yerushalmi (Megillah 1:9), letters in Sta"m need to be mukaf gevil (surrounded by white parchment) on the inside of the letter as well (eg a the inside of a samech). See Shulchan Aruch OC 32:15

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In Hilchot Mezuza (Yore Deah 285) the Rama rules off the Yerushalmi that if one can only buy Tefilin or Mezuza, he should buy Tefilin (the end of Megila in Yerushalmi- exact source BN coming soon).

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where is the Yerushalmi? –  simchastorah Jan 6 '12 at 5:42
    
@simchashatorah the fourth chapter in the Vilna version I believe. –  Hacham Gabriel Jan 6 '12 at 16:54
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So so so many laws of zeraim as there is no bavli on that order of mishna.

[I know this isn't specific, but I wanted to put it out there]

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It is a great point but there are limited references to Zeraim in Bavli like Moed katan and Shmeitah among the prominent ones –  simchastorah Jan 6 '12 at 7:10
    
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From the Rabbi Broyde post that I referenced in a comment to your un-duplicate question:

Consider, for example, four examples that I happen to have written about or am writing about currently—tefillin on Chol ha-Moed, aliyot in a city where all the men are kohanim, whether the daughter of a gentile man and Jewish woman may marry a Kohen, and the of using charity funds to build synagogues rather than to support the poor.

In all four cases, the Bavli is silent while the Yerushalmi directly addresses the matter. On the topic of tefillin on Chol ha-Moed, Y.Moed Katan 3:4 is clear that tefillin should be worn; in Y.Gittin 5:9 it is clear that even in a city where all the men are kohanim, women do not get called to the Torah; Y.Yevamot 4:15 is clear that such a woman cannot marry a Kohen; and in Y.Peah 8:8 it is clear that a synagogue is a valid recipient of charity. Although it is obvious that each of these four matters generates some controversy among the Poskim, I suspect that the core dispute is whether one needs to adopt the halachic norm as expressed by the Jerusalem Talmud. Much more could be written on this matter.

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The Shulchan Aruch rules in OC 448:6 that you can't feed chametz to an ownerless animal based on Yerushalmi Pesachim 2:1

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The answers to this question refer to a Yerushalmi (Shabbos 7:2) that extends the melachah of זורה (winnowing) to scattering something in the wind (the example given is spitting). This is cited as halachah in Rema, Orach Chaim, end of sec. 319.

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