If one sold his Chometz in his house for Pesach, and then found (on Pesach) some old Chometz food lying around, does he have to burn it? He probably didn't have it in mind during the sale, but on the other hand the contract says that all Chometz in his house is sold.

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    Or was it rendered owner-less when you said "that I know about or do not know about" before Pesach? If you find an owner-less object, can you now claim it as yours (assuming you found it after Pesach)? – Mike Supports Monica Apr 13 '15 at 0:37
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    The person to ask is the actual Rabbi through whom you sold your chametz. What matters is the wording of the actual contract. – CashCow Apr 13 '15 at 9:26
  • ShmuelBrin, please see @Mike's comment, above. Did you (as I suspect) mean the chametz was found on Pesach? If so, can you please edit that in to the question for clarity's sake? – msh210 Apr 13 '15 at 19:45

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