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Just a suggestion toward an answer, but one that helps me at least not be as bothered. As some of the answers and comments pointed out, the Torah has a number of responses when something is made hekdesh. Maybe I'll divide them into two main classes: 1) Things like cherem - the object becomes hekdesh and never goes back to the owner at all. A korbon is mostly ...


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Erkekha on Sede-achuza is not an action that has something to do with real-estate business. Sede-achuza gets a fixed value, that has nothing to do with it's market value: ואם משדה אחזתו יקדיש איש ליהוה והיה ערכך לפי זרעו זרע חמר שערים בחמשים שקל כסף If anyone consecrates to the LORD any land that he holds, its assessment shall be in accordance with its ...


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