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While one is forbidden to eat before havdallah (but after tzeis) one is allowed to drive after having davened maariv. In the shmone esrai we say ata chonantanu (which is the baruch hamavdil beain kodesh lchol) in order to allow driving home from shul before making havdallah at home. Thus, if a person (say at home) has not davened maariv yet, then he must say ...


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Yes, even if he intentionally reheated the soup on an existing fire by mistake, he can eat it afterwards. The Chafetz Chaim in Biur Halacha (318, 4) rules this way since there are Rishonim who permit Bishul Achar Bishul with liquids that were cooled, and therefore we will not forbid its consumption after the fact.


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There's a halachah that in certain cases, A can hand something to B, who then hands it to C, etc., such that no person carries it more than four amos. When the Mishnah (Eruvin 95b) presents this halachah, it mentions וכן בנו (and so too with his child). Rashi there (based on the Gemara, ibid. 97b) explains that this means a baby who was born in the field on ...


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The only source that we find in shas of a new-born child being muktzeh is if it will not live. https://www.sefaria.org/Bava_Batra.20a בן שמנה הרי הוא כאבן ואסור לטלטלו בשבת אבל אמו שוחה עליו ומניקתו מפני הסכנה The baraita teaches: And a child born after eight months of pregnancy who is placed in the window reduces its dimensions. The Gemara challenges: ...


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Building on what Double AA and Joel K have said: מדאורייתא this is definitely permitted. The decree of King Solomon declared multiple contiguous רשויות היחיד in which people live in defined, separate areas as "separated" in a sense, and said that they they need to be "combined" in order to allow carrying between them. However there are ...


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According to Torah law that is indeed permissible since it's not one of the two forbidden categories of transferring you mentioned. However, King Solomon enacted that it be forbidden to do so unless the neighbors first enact an Eruv between them, symbolically joining their distinct private domains into one, lest people get confused and come to transfer ...


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