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Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva. KM implies by his wording, q.v., that the main part of the dual mitzva is the second part.

h/t R. Tz'vi Hirsh Chiyes

Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva.

h/t R. Tz'vi Chiyes

Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva. KM implies by his wording, q.v., that the main part of the dual mitzva is the second part.

h/t R. Tz'vi Hirsh Chiyes

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Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva.

h/t R. Tz'vi Chiyes

Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva.

Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva.

h/t R. Tz'vi Chiyes

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Rambam's son, R. Avraham, as cited in Kesef Mishne, end of Ishus 1:1, q.v., answers that the command is to marry with kidushin and nisuin, which is why Rambam refers to even the first part as a mitzva, meaning the start of one, but doing the first part alone doesn't do a mitzva.