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Questions about oaths or vows that a person accepts upon oneself and obligations that stem from them

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Yes the Neder works to forbid something which is already prohibited miDerabanan Gemara Shavuos 20b: כיום שנהרג בו גדליה בן אחיקם איצטריך ליה סלקא דעתך אמינא כיון דכי לא נדר נמי אסור כי נדר נמי לא …
answered Sep 16 by user15464
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We have a concept that if he merely indicates a Neder, and it is Not clear because it is lacking both verbal expression, and visual indication, is not a Neder. Source Nedarim 6a; where the Ran says o …
answered Oct 19 '17 by user15464
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Answer to question one: A person Can make a neder to make the pork ossur (prohibited) to eat for himself, and it works and is not a superfluous neder Nedarim 8a: מנין שנשבעין לקיים את המצוה שנאמר …
answered Oct 4 '17 by user15464
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I am merely translating the passage quoted by the questioner from the Chelkas Mechokek Shulchan Aruch even hoezer 74,17 which gives us the answers: אם מדיר אותה דבר שהוא לטובתה כגון שהדיר קונם הנ …
answered Dec 14 '17 by user15464
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There is one occasion in History where the 10 Tribes Put a Cheirem that Not even Hakadosh Baruch Hu could reveal to Yaakov that Yosef was alive after they had sold him. But i wouldn't advise anyone to …
answered Jan 23 by user15464
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The answer to your question is that if you are an am haaretz (which would include anyone who doesn't know the halachos of nedarim), then we don't care that you meant a specific type of potato in your …
answered Oct 3 '17 by user15464
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Shulchan aruch Yoreh dea 233,1: קטן בן י"ב שנה ויום אחד וקטנה בת י"א שנה ויום אחד אם יודעים לשם מי נדרו ונשבעו נדריהם נדר ושבועתם שבועה אע"פ שלא הביאו ב' שערות ובודקין שנת י"ג לזכר ושנת י"ב לנקיבה וקו …
answered Oct 3 '17 by user15464
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In this 19th century Nusach Sefarad Machzor with Yidish instruction, the commentary at the bottom indicates that the word קנוסי is actually reffering to a קנס - Monetory fine, that one imposes upon on …
answered Jul 8 by user15464
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The Gemora Shavuos 20a-b says that one can make a Neder not to eat on the fast of Geddalia in spite of the fact that it is already forbidden to eat miderabanan: איזה איסר האמור בתורה האומר הרי על …
answered Jul 18 by user15464
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Kesubos 72a תניא נמי הכי המדיר את אשתו שלא תשאל ושלא תשאיל נפה וכברה ריחים ותנור יוציא ויתן כתובה מפני שמשיאה שם רע בשכינותיה Someone who imposes a vow on his wife that she may not borrow or len …
answered Aug 15 by user15464
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Midrash Bereshis Rabba 60,3 says clearly that Yiftach's daughter did not need to comply as Yiftach's neder was not valid to bring his daughter as a sacrifice and therefore according to Reish Lakish Yi …
answered Aug 15 by user15464
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The Mishne Lemelech Hilchos Aveilus 14,21 says about benefiting from a dead body: אסור בהנאה משום דאתיא שם שם מעגלה ערופה והיא הלכה פסוקה כתבוה כל הפוסקים ז"ל ובכל איסורי הנאה המכירה …
answered Dec 16 '17 by user15464
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The prohibition of a Neder works to prevent a person fulfilling a Mitvas Asei like eating Matza itself and how much more so the 5 grains which is not forbidding a Mitzva directly. Shulchan Aruch Yore …
answered Nov 7 by user15464
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The Bais Halevi http://www.hebrewbooks.org/rambam.aspx?mfid=13316&rid=5763 * quotes the Radak asking this very question of how could Shmuel's mother make her son a Nazir: הרד"ק הקשה דאיך חל עליו …
answered Jan 19 by user15464