Contending with mistakes that have been made [in a case].

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When do we add Ye'aleh V'yaboh?

According to Shulchan Aruch, (please cite Saeef and Siman so I can read further): What are all the days we add Ye'aleh V'yaboh? What happens if we forget to say it?
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What if a Goel HaDam (Blood Redeemer) accidentally kills his kinsman's accidental murderer - inside the latter's 'Ir Miklat (City of Refuge)?

Another question asks what happens if a someone accidentally kills someone else inside an 'Ir Miklat (City of Refuge) in which the victim and/or his family live, and whether he needs to move to ...
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What if there is no object for use in a mitzva?

There is a story I once heard about the Ben Ish Chai examining the only known etrog available in Iraq. Despite the great need for it, he declared the etrog passul for use and no one could fulfill the ...
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“Makadesh Yisrael v'Roshei Chadashim” on Rosh HaShanah

If someone ends off the bracha on Rosh HaShanah "makadesh yisrael v'roshei chadashim" (the text for Rosh Chodesh) instead of "v'yom hazichoron" (the correct text for Rosh Hashanah) are they yotzee ...
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Chopping items makes them Kitniyoth?

This article has a line in a recipe that suggests that chopping an ingredient will make it Kitniyoth. The entire recipe is below with the line in question highlighted: JICAMA APPLE SLAW From ...
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If your rabbi accidentally tells you that something is allowed, and you follow him, are you punished?

Imagine that you're 119 years old. You ask your rabbi whether or not something is allowed. He answers. But, unbenownst to you, his answer is 100% mistaken. The Talmud and all others agree unanimously ...
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A woman who prays yom tov shemona esrei on chol hamoed

Does a woman who prays yom tov shemona esrei on chol hamoed have to repeat?
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What should one do if he forgets the changes in the tefilla during the Aseret Yemei Teshuva?

What should one do if he forgets all the changes in the Tefilla during the Aseret Yemei Teshuva? When should he go back, when may he continue?
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When do we switch from Morid Hatal to Morid Hageshem and vice versa?

According to Shulchan Aruch, (please cite Saeef and Siman so I can read further): When do we switch from Morid Hatal to Morid Hageshem and vice versa? What about Barechenu and Barech Alenu? What ...
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Challah dough that loses its amount

A theoretical question: Someone was making a dough and in the process a large piece fell out from the mixture onto the floor. They had made exactly the right amount in order to take challah with a ...
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Erroneous intentions in vows

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (Ganzfried) 67:6 states: "A vow does not take effect unless one's words and one's heart agree. However, if one made a vow by mistake, not intending to say what one did say, ...