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Lets take the example of chametz gamur bought on the the 8th day chas veshalom -- does the fact that the 8th day is rabbinic cancel out the prohibition of eating chametz, after passover, that was owned on passover?

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    As I recall the reference to the secon day of yom tov is treated completely like the first day. As a result, a Jew in Chutz La'aretz would have to discard the chometz just as he would chametz owned on any other day of Pesach. I do not recall the source so I cannot make this an answer. – sabbahillel Apr 29 at 22:52
  • Doesn’t buying it on Yom Tov make it assur be’achila either way? – Lo ani Apr 30 at 5:16
  • So you’re asking if it’s just the rabbinical issur or if it is a rabbinical and biblical issur? – Lo ani May 1 at 4:42
  • @bluejay there is no biblical prohibition of Baal Yaavor. The entire institution of חמץ שעבר עליו הפסח is rabbinic law. – Double AA May 2 at 2:40

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