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The principle at work here is shome'a ka'one (listening is like speaking), Sukkah 38b. The people should have the intention to fulfill their obligation through the leader and the leader should have the intention to fulfill their obligation as well. The listeners must hear the entire blessing and after the blessings respond with Amen and they are yotze. ...


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Yes, Havdala can be recited during the daytime if it wasn't said on Saturday night. (See ShA OC 299:6 where the two opinions given for the latest time to make up Havdala are "all of Yom Rishon" (ie. Sunday until sunset) and "until the end of Yom Shelishi" (ie. Tuesday until sunset).) However, the blessings on the spices and candle are only ever added on ...



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