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Here is a list from Cong. Ohab Zedek in the Upper West Side.


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The gemara in kiddushin 58a says that the only issurei hana'ah that have a problem of tefisat damim (the prohibition of the monetary exchange) are avoda zara (idolatry), hekdesh (consecrated items**), and peirot shevi'it (produce of the sabbatical year from the land of Israel; I believe even the idolatry issue is only with regard to tikrovet avoda zara [...


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It would have the status of chametz she'avar alav hapesach and it would be forbidden to derive any benefit from it. Whether the sale was conditioned on his being an actual gentile or not, the chametz was definitely owned by a Jew and any further sale would accomplish nothing in terms of it's already forbidden status.


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Although in general, the Gemara in Pesachim 28a and 29a tells us that Chametz that a Jew owned over Passover is forbidden for benefit, there may be some exception. 29a tells us that the nature of the ban is due to a "Rabbinical penalty" imposed. The Meiri quotes an opinion in the name of the "Chachmei Luniel" that chametz owned by a Jew over passover is ...


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It doesn't necessarily follow that someone who doesn't sell Chametz won't eat the Chametz of others that was sold. Here are three options why someone might be strict on the former but lenient on the latter. The prohibition of owning Chametz on Pesach is biblical, whereas the prohibition of eating (after Pesach) Chametz that was owned by a Jew on Pesach is ...


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this is an email from the local koshrus organization in Philadelphia keystone-k: Updated 4/20/2017 based on the latest information shared by the major kashrus agencies. We have received queries about Target. As of 4/18/2017 the status of Target has been changed to problematic. Stores from which Chometz may be purchased after Pesach (Updates and Additions ...


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I believe Rav Yisroel Belsky's view was that we should not rely on safek derabbanan to permit buying chametz from stores with Jewish distributors at all times, since if we do so, it is inevitable that we will be permitting chametz she'avar alav ha-pesach at some point. Rabbi Yaakov Luban of the OU records that he remembers that as a child the custom was ...


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