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Following "my answer to "natural conversion", I wondered if there are sources that specifically contradict or support my claim that, similarly to other questionable situation resolved Halachicly by Chazakah, once status as a Jew can be accepted by Chazakah as well.

For example, clothes or watches that one wears are presumably his, if one works in a field for three consecutive years it's presumably his, if one and his girlfriend comes to a new community and cohabit with her he becomes presumably married, if a woman comes from far away and holds a child she continues to fosters for years he becomes presumably her son etc.

Following "my answer to "natural conversion", I wondered if there are sources that specifically contradict or support my claim that, similarly to other questionable situation resolved Halachicly by Chazakah, once status as a Jew can be accepted by Chazakah as well.

For example, clothes or watches that one wears are presumably his, if one works in a field for three consecutive years it's presumably his, if one and his girlfriend comes to a new community and cohabit with her he becomes presumably married, if a woman comes from far away and holds a child she continues to fosters for years he becomes presumably her son etc.

Following my answer to "natural conversion", I wondered if there are sources that specifically contradict or support my claim that, similarly to other questionable situation resolved Halachicly by Chazakah, once status as a Jew can be accepted by Chazakah as well.

For example, clothes or watches that one wears are presumably his, if one works in a field for three consecutive years it's presumably his, if one and his girlfriend comes to a new community and cohabit with her he becomes presumably married, if a woman comes from far away and holds a child she continues to fosters for years he becomes presumably her son etc.

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Does Chazakah work to consider someone a Jew?

Following "my answer to "natural conversion", I wondered if there are sources that specifically contradict or support my claim that, similarly to other questionable situation resolved Halachicly by Chazakah, once status as a Jew can be accepted by Chazakah as well.

For example, clothes or watches that one wears are presumably his, if one works in a field for three consecutive years it's presumably his, if one and his girlfriend comes to a new community and cohabit with her he becomes presumably married, if a woman comes from far away and holds a child she continues to fosters for years he becomes presumably her son etc.