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@MBloch's answer is Halachicly right. However, I and my Chevrutah have found an interesting theoretical distinction that must be made when approaching the Sugyah, not found in Halachic polemics on the subject: Let's start with Mbloch's answer - all things attached go with the house - "The gold-plated faucets as would the built-in air conditioning unit". I'd ...


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R Shlomo Riskin (the Chief Rabbi of Efrat in Israel) writes indeed that a ger toshav can own land in Eretz Israel According to Rambam [Avodat Kochavim 10:6], the very term ger toshav, stranger-resident, defines the fact that any gentile who accepts the seven Noahide laws of morality may be a resident in the land of Israel, may purchase or rent land ...


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The Rambam (in Hilchot Mechira 25:5) brings the following halacha When a person sells a house, he also sells the oven, the range, the door frames that are attached with mortar, the door, the beam, the lock, but not the key. [...] Nor does he sell the blocks for the feet of a bed, nor the window frames, even though they are affixed with mortar, for ...


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