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There is more chazakah for the person who left the note than for the second person who is coming into the picture later.

Expanding furtherFurther, we have have no reason to say that the first person did not make a kinyon. And, and there is no requirement that he put it down in a different place.

(Divre Rav)

There is more chazakah for the person who left the note than for the second person who is coming into the picture later.

Expanding further, we have have no reason to say that the first person did not make a kinyon. And, there is no requirement that he put it down in a different place.

(Divre Rav)

There is more chazakah for the person who left the note than for the second person who is coming into the picture later.

Further, we have have no reason to say that the first person did not make a kinyon and there is no requirement that he put it down in a different place.

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TheThere is more chazakah for the person who left the note indicates therethan for the second person who is not iyash (i.e., he did not give up on it, presuming it was his). We might assume that he feels he acquired itcoming into the picture later.

The open question is whether heExpanding further, we have have no reason to say that the first person did in fact acquire itnot make a kinyon. And, we do not knowthere is no requirement that from the circumstanceshe put it down in a different place.

"Midos Chasidis", would be to let him have it.(Divre Rav)

The note indicates there is not iyash (i.e., he did not give up on it, presuming it was his). We might assume that he feels he acquired it.

The open question is whether he did in fact acquire it. And, we do not know that from the circumstances.

"Midos Chasidis", would be to let him have it.

There is more chazakah for the person who left the note than for the second person who is coming into the picture later.

Expanding further, we have have no reason to say that the first person did not make a kinyon. And, there is no requirement that he put it down in a different place.

(Divre Rav)

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The note indicates there is not iyash (i.e., he did not give up on it, presuming it was his). The We might assume that he feels he acquired it.

The open question is whether he acquireddid in fact acquire it. And, and we do not know that from the circumstances. "Midos

"Midos Chasidis", would be to let him have it.

The note indicates there is not iyash (i.e., he did give up on it, presuming it was his). The open question is whether he acquired it, and we do not know that from the circumstances. "Midos Chasidis", would be to let him have it.

The note indicates there is not iyash (i.e., he did not give up on it, presuming it was his). We might assume that he feels he acquired it.

The open question is whether he did in fact acquire it. And, we do not know that from the circumstances.

"Midos Chasidis", would be to let him have it.

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