A synagogue (shul) employee who is not empowered to obligate the shul financially, convinced a member to get a loan against her house to lend the synagogue money to put on a concert of Jewish music. He indicated to others that she donated the money. He signed contracts and when the concert was cancelled did not accept the responsibility to reimburse her or the shul. What are the relevant Torah and Talmud citations for this breach of ethics?
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