I've heard from some people that there is a problem with hanging/displaying ones kesubah on the wall. Others have told me that it's good to display the kesubah as a reminder to the husband to fulfill his obligations to his wife. What's the best thing to do?
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There is a long history of creating beautiful ketubot that were displayed. I can only think of two issues where displaying it on a wall in the house could cause real problems:
in Israel and maybe some other countries - the Rabbanut HaRashit should have a copy of the Ketubah. Usually this is their standard version, which is filled in at the same time as the fancy one, and should have the same content. This is to solve the issue of not having a Ketubah