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The answer is that for most cases hatarat nedarim is needed. See Mishna Nedarim 23a: R' Eliezer B. Jacob said: also he who wishes to subject his friend to a vow to eat with him, should declare: every vow which I may make in the future shall be null'. [his vows are then invalid,] providing that he remembers this at the time of the vow. The Gemara ...


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Yes In Shulchan Aruch YD 214 is stated that אבל הנוהגים איסור בדברים המותרים מחמת שסוברים שהם אסורים לא הוי כאילו קבלום בנדר ‏ If someone was acustomed to prohibiting something that is permitted by mistake, it is not as it he accepted a neder upon himself. For hatarat nedarim if someone want to stop a minhag (when he was regarding it for ...


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As mentionned by @mevaqesh, the nusach of Hatarat Nedarim contains the notion of 3 times " אֵיזו הַנְהָגָה טובָה או אֵיזֶה דָבָר טוב שֶׁנָּהַגְתִּי שָׁלשׁ פְּעָמִים וְלא הִתְנֵיתִי שֶׁיְּהֵא בְּלִי נֶדֶר". It is a protection forward (as the Kol nidre following some opinions is oriented forward). For hatarat nedarim if someone want to stop a minhag (when he ...



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