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1)

What are "Batei ha'Chatzerim"?

1.

Rashi: They are open towns without walls. 1


1

Rashi: Like we find in Yehoshua, 13:28 and in Bereishis 25:16.

2)

What are the ramifications of "Ge'ulah Tih'yeh Lo"

1.

Rashi: It means that the owner may redeem the house immediately 1 if he so wishes.


1

Rashi: As opposed to a field, which he cannot redeem before two years.

3)

Why do Batei ha'Chatzerim revert to the owner in the Yovel, even though houses is a walled town do not?

1.

Rambam (on Pasuk 29): Because in open towns, the houses are built to guard the fields. Consequently, they share the equivalent Din.

4)

And what are the implications of "u'va'Yovel Yeitzei"?

1.

Rashi: It implies that the house reverts immediately to the owner, without him having to compensate the purchaser. 1


1

Which is not the case by a field (See Sifsei Chachamim).

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