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Over herehere I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a commenta comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels Yoreh Deah simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

Over here I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels Yoreh Deah simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

Over here I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels Yoreh Deah simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

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Over here I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels Yoreh Deah simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

Over here I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

Over here I asked about the source of the section headings in the Tur. In a comment it was indicated that the Tur himself assigned these headings.

In most Shulchan Aruchs that I have checked, the Tur labels Yoreh Deah simanim 197-199 as "hilchos tevillah" (as those simanim deal primarily with the laws of immersion), whereas in the Shulchan Aruch those simanim do not have a new label, and are still part of the section "hilchos niddah" which began at siman 183. (This distinction can be observed here as opposed to here.)

Was this a decision of the publishers, or did the author of the Shulchan Aruch (or some other Torah authority) decide to un-name this section?

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