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I asked my LOR this exact question as we were going away for Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah, and rain was expected, and I wanted to protect the schach. He answered that it was not permissible to take down the Sukkah. It had to be left up until after Simchat Torah. It was permissible to take down sukkah decorations, tables, chairs, lights, etc., but the ...


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On the simplest level, if you must expose yourself to physical danger by going out on Shabbat when it is dangerous from ice and snow, you would have a heter in terms of 'sakanah nefashot', danger to life. The questions of binyan and making a mark are not relevant. There is no creation of a toothed edge. It exists both before and after placing the YakTrak on ...



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