I understand that, excluding the 24 books of Tenach, in all the Torah books (i.e. Mishna, Talmud...) we have no tradition on specific vowels.
(I was reading a Shulchan Aruch Harav vowelized, in which they wrote about the word "sesuma" that the nikud (vowelization) is "sesuma" but people call it "setuma".)
Are there rules about what the nikud needs to be (the right way of reading it) in these Torah books?
If yes, what book do you recommend that summarizes these rules?