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What do we do with Chazaka's that don't seem to hold?
Inspired by this comment, there are Chazaka's (presumptions) and principles of נאמנות (trustworthiness) in Halacha that no longer hold in our practical experience. One example is עד אחד נאמנן ...
Dec 20 '13 at 16:08
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