If a woman makes a Neder prohibiting her handiwork on her husband, according to the Tana Kama there is no need for the husband to annul the Neder. (1)
Rebbi Akiva says that the husband should annul the Neder because she may produce a surplus of handiwork. (2)
The Tana Kama holds that the Metziah of the wife belongs to the husband, but Rebbi Akiva holds that the wife may keep it. (3)
If a wife does a number of Melachos at the same time it is a Safek whether she may keep the handiwork according to Rebbi Akiva.
If someone spits on his friend or strips off his Talis, or reveals a womanís hair, he must pay 400 Zuz for the embarrassment. (4)
If someone embarrasses a poor person from a prestigious family he is Patur from paying the family for the embarrassment.
If a father pledged a dowry to the Chasan, if the Chasan dies the father is not obligated to give the dowry to the Yavam. (5)
If the father pledges a dowry of Kesef the Chasan must write in the Kesuvah an additional third because he profits from the Kesef.
If the father pledges a dowry of goods the Chasan subtracts a fifth when it is written in the Kesuvah. (6)
The husband must buy for his wife ten Zuz worth of cosmetics for every Maneh that she brings in for her dowry. (5)
The daughter of Nakdimon Ben Guriyon was given 400 gold pieces for cosmetics every single day.
Fortunate is Klal Yisrael, when we are doing the will of Hashem no nation can rule over us.
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1. The Neder is not effective since the handiwork belongs to the husband, not to the wife
2. Rebbi Akiva holds that the surplus handiwork that she worked extra hard for belongs to the wife and the Neder is effective regarding this surplus handiwork, therefore the husband must annul the Neder. However everyone agrees that the surplus handiwork that the wife didnít work extra hard for belongs to the husband.
3. A Metziah shares the same status as the surplus handiwork that the wife worked extra hard for. According to Rebbi Akiva just as the surplus handiwork belongs to the wife so does her Metziah.
4. However if he spits on his friendís clothing he is Patur.
5. Even if the Chasan was an Am haíEretz and the Yavam is a Talmid Chacham the father can say to the Yavam that I was willing to give it to the Chasan, but not to you.
6. Because it depreciates and also because it is often evaluated at an inflated price.