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R' Elchonon Wasserman in Kovetz Shiurim (Kesuvos 74a) brings this question from R' Akiva Eiger, and explains how the Kiddushin of Biah is fundamentally different from Kessef and Shtar, and why that has ramifications with Shlichus and Tnai. Others (source to follow in edit, bli neder) explain that Kiddushei Biah is not just an arbitrary maaseh kinyan (like ...


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Sure. The first line of Choshen Mishpat 185:1 is הסרסור שליח הוא אלא שנוטל שכר שליחותו A broker is a shliach, except that he gets paid. and he goes on to say that the same rules that apply to a shliach apply to a broker. As for a shliach for a mitzvah (such as delivering a get): You can be paid for doing the mitzvos of bikur cholim or hashovas ...


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One of the Mitzvos which is normally done through a Shaliach-emissary, is teaching your son Torah Kiddushin 29b: ללמדו תורה:מנלן דכתיב (דברים יא, יט) ולמדתם אותם את בניכם. Where do we know one should teach his children Torah? "you shall teach them(the Torah) to your sons" (Devarim 11:19) The Shulchan Aruch (YD 246:5) says: מקום שנהגו ללמד תורה בכתב ...


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The Talmud (Kiddushin 29a) states the following: למולו מנלן דכתיב וימל אברהם את יצחק בנו והיכא דלא מהליה אבוה מיחייבי בי דינא למימהליה דכתיב המול לכם כל זכר והיכא דלא מהליה בי דינא מיחייב איהו למימהל נפשיה דכתיב וערל זכר אשר לא ימול את בשר ערלתו ונכרתה ‘To circumcise him.’ How do we know it? — Because it is written: And Abraham circumcised his son ...


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If one persuades someone to kill someone else we know that there is punishment from G-d similar to one that actively kills someone else as Dovid was blamed for killing Uria by sending him to the front lines even though he did't physically kill him as it says in the Gemora Kiddushin: האומר לשלוחו צא הרוג את הנפש הוא חייב ושולחיו פטור שמאי הזקן אומר משום ...


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