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I would think that the normal assumption for an employee discount would that it would be for the personal use of the employee and not for his friends and not for him to do business with. I am supported in this by this article about the Original Employee Discount. He quotes: “When you come [to work] in your neighbor’s vineyard, then you may eat the ...


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It is indeed a problem to "give" the lulav to a minor for the reasons you have stated. Lending somebody a lulav does indeed mean that they have not performed the mitzvah as they must own it. However as a minor does not perform mitzvot anyway and you only give the lulav to him for practice, you can "lend" him the lulav so he can learn to perform the mitzvah ...


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The Gemara in Bava Kamma discusses a guy who gave his shor to a shomer to watch, and it gored while the shomer has it, and the shomer hands it over to pay for the damage caused (because shor tam meshalem migufo). The owner says that the shomer owes him for the loss of his shor, and eventually the claim the Gemara comes onto for the shomer is that had the ...



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