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I was looking on halachapedia and different sources, but I couldn't find an answer to a particular questioNquestion:

If a Jew is staying at someone elseselse's house (whether a Jew or a gentile, but letslet's say itsit's a Jew who doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Passover), then whatswhat's the deal with Bedikas Chametz?

If that person has a private bedroom within the house, is Bedikah required just there? What if they share a living room and kitchen, if the other person is Jewish do they both have to do bedikahBedikah and make sure that there's no chametz in the house? Is the fact that its an apartment in a complex that is owned by gentiles significant?

In order words:

Whats required in Bedikas Chametz if someone is staying at anothersanother's house (let's say he's Jewish but doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Pesach) ?

I was looking on halachapedia and different sources, but I couldn't find an answer to a particular questioN:

If a Jew is staying at someone elses house (whether a Jew or a gentile, but lets say its a Jew who doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Passover), then whats the deal with Bedikas Chametz?

If that person has a private bedroom within the house, is Bedikah required just there? What if they share a living room and kitchen, if the other person is Jewish do they both have to do bedikah and make sure that there's no chametz in the house? Is the fact that its an apartment in a complex that is owned by gentiles significant?

In order words:

Whats required in Bedikas Chametz if someone is staying at anothers house (let's say he's Jewish but doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Pesach) ?

I was looking on halachapedia and different sources, but I couldn't find an answer to a particular question:

If a Jew is staying at someone else's house (whether a Jew or a gentile, but let's say it's a Jew who doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Passover), then what's the deal with Bedikas Chametz?

If that person has a private bedroom within the house, is Bedikah required just there? What if they share a living room and kitchen, if the other person is Jewish do they both have to do Bedikah and make sure that there's no chametz in the house? Is the fact that its an apartment in a complex that is owned by gentiles significant?

In order words:

Whats required in Bedikas Chametz if someone is staying at another's house (let's say he's Jewish but doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Pesach) ?

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Bedikas CHametzChametz if staying at someones house (30 days prior to and) during Pesach

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Bedikas CHametz if staying at someones house (30 days prior to and) during Pesach

I was looking on halachapedia and different sources, but I couldn't find an answer to a particular questioN:

If a Jew is staying at someone elses house (whether a Jew or a gentile, but lets say its a Jew who doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Passover), then whats the deal with Bedikas Chametz?

If that person has a private bedroom within the house, is Bedikah required just there? What if they share a living room and kitchen, if the other person is Jewish do they both have to do bedikah and make sure that there's no chametz in the house? Is the fact that its an apartment in a complex that is owned by gentiles significant?

In order words:

Whats required in Bedikas Chametz if someone is staying at anothers house (let's say he's Jewish but doesn't necessarily keep the laws of Pesach) ?