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A rabbinically instituted ban whose transgressors are under a form of ostracism. The most famous public charamot are those by Rabbeinu Gershom.

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Wikipedia article on cherem lists the Talmudic rules on what offenses qualified for niddui. However, it doesn't seem to actually list anything specific (aside from monetary issues that caused … repeated niddui) which would lead to indefinite-period official cherem imposed on a person. Was/is there a codified set of rules of what does and does not rise to the level of cherem? (specifically, after …
asked Sep 19 '14 by DD1