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The 'Mesivta' editions of Gemora by Oiz VeHadar have a section in back called Aliba Dehilchoso, it's fantastic.


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the siddur TH you refer to (Rostov 1918) is not the same TH used by Chabad today, the TH used today was first published in 1945, it was a copy of an older siddur called Seder Hoavoda (סדר העבודה) printed in Vilna 1911. I'm not certain the Lubavitcher Rebbe specifically encouraged the use of TH, but it was printed by Merkoz Leinyonei Chinuc (מרכז לעניני חינוך)...


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The founder and trustee of Touro College as well as Dean of the Jerusalem Institute of Jewish Law, Rabbi Emmanuel Quint, has a 10 volume series entitled A Restatement of Rabbinic Civil Law which covers the full gamut of choshen mishpat. To quote the blurb: Long accepted as the standard code of Jewish law and practice, the Shulhan Aruch was written by Rabbi ...


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I found this which seems promising https://www.chayimaruchim.com/contact.asp?pagetype=Rabbi Even though they seem to imply on their site to be mostly healthcare related only, I personally called them and asked a generic halachic question about davening that had nothing to do with healthcare and the guy happily answered


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The Laws of Interpersonal Relationships (formerly entitled "Journey to Virtue") by R Avrhohom Ehrman is very good. It is not organized according to Choshen Mishpat but covers many relevant topics and points to the right seifim. Amongst others it covers financial damages and obligations honest commerce financial kindness other interpersonal laws, e....


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maybe this will help, if has access to internet. https://www.sefaria.org/Genesis.1.1?ven=BJC_-_[pt]&lang=bi&with=Translations&lang2=en


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There is a beautiful full six volume set available here


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The one volume עיניים למשפט השלם by רבי יצחק אריאלי corrects the עניים למשפט in the Vilna Shas. That author has a number of volumes devoted to study of individual tractates from the standpoint of discussion of halachic ramifications at length. Also please see the הלכה ברורה ובירור הלכה in which a number of other tractates are similarly discussed at length ...


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There is a website called https://olamot.net/shiurim and each week they take a different sugya and go through it from the gamara down till modern-day posikem. Each week they have a different topic. (currently, they have over 550 topics)


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I think we have got the perfect thing we looked for! A company called "Shul Signs" which is manufacturing many kinds of signs for shuls etc. came out just a while ago with a "Page number Sign" that seems to be the sign we were looking for!! You can see it here: https://www.shulsigns.com/page-number-sign-3. they also have an option of 4 ...


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