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It would seem like you do have to ask for Mechila as a part of the Teshuva process. The Mishna Bova Kama 92A says ...אע"פ שהוא נותן לו אין נמחל לו עד שיבקש ממנו שנאמר Even though the assailant paid (for the damage) , his transgression is not forgiven until he asks forgiveness (from the victim), as the posuk says... The Rambam Chovel U'Mazik 5:9 says ...


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The Shaar Hamelech in Hilchos Lulav 8:1 (paragraph starting with V’Dah Shezeh) addresses this exact question and proves from Rashi in Pesachim 35b that even an issur drabbanan is also enough to make it a mitzvah habah baeveira ואולם מטעם אחר היה נראה דאינו יוצא בו י"ח משום דה"ל מה"ב והיה מקום לצדד ולומר דמשום מה"ב לא מיפסיל אלא בעבירה ...


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(Some of this is drawn from https://www.halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Animals_on_Shabbat) I think Sefaria's language of "Sabbath-observant animal" was a bit confusing. Any animal owned by a Jew may not be prompted to do activity prohibited for a Jew themselves to do on Sabbath. Let's break that statement down, and hopefully all your questions ...


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