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In talmud there is a rule known as kam dino meaning that if judgement A has been rendered we do not take into consideration the logic behind judgement A when adjudicating judgement B. I would like to know if this principle applies only in regard to cases involving property, which is how I recall originally learning it, or if it also applies to movable items. I see no reason that it shouldn't apply to moveable items but I recall specifically learning that it only applies to property. thank you.

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Where is this concept discussed in the Talmud? –  Yoni Jun 8 '14 at 22:24

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