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1. If a Korban Tamid was bought with money from the Terumas Lishkah of the previous year and now it may no longer be offered, the Chachamim rule that it may be redeemed even before it develops a Mum. Rebbi Shimon disagrees.
2. The two goats brought as the Musafim of Shavuos are slaughtered at the same time, and after the blood of the first goat is sprinkled on the Mizbe'ach a sin is committed. There is a Safek whether the sprinkling of the blood of the second goat atones for the sin.
3. If a Korban is slaughtered for the sake of someone other than its owner, according to Rabah the owner fulfills his obligation. According to Rav Chisda, the owner does not fulfill his obligation.
4. A Korban Todah slaughtered in the name of a Korban Shelamim is Kosher. A Korban Shelamim slaughtered in the name of a Korban Todah is Pasul.
5. If a Korban Chatas is slaughtered not for its owner, but for someone else who is also Chayav to bring a Chatas, the Korban is Pasul. If it is slaughtered for someone who is Chayav to bring an Olah, the Korban is Kosher.
6. If a Korban Chatas is slaughtered not for its owner but for someone who transgressed a Mitzvas Aseh, the Korban is Pasul.
7. If a Korban Olah was slaughtered she'Lo Lishmah, one is forbidden to sprinkle the blood she'Lo Lishmah.
8. If an Olah, which was brought after the death of the owner, was slaughtered for someone other than the heir, there is a disagreement about whether it is Pasul.
9. Rava says that a Korban Olah which is brought as atonement for a Mitzvas Aseh is a gift offering to Hashem. It is brought only after the sin has already been atoned for with Teshuvah.
10. A Korban Pesach or a Korban Chatas which was slaughtered she'Lo Lishmah is Pasul.
11. If a Korban Pesach is lost and a replacement is brought in its place, and subsequently the original Korban is found, it shall be brought as a Shelamim.
A BIT MORE
1. Although a Korban may not be redeemed until it develops a Mum, the Chachamim maintain that the "Lev Beis Din" stipulates that the Kedushas ha'Guf of the Korban is conditional. Since it is no longer needed, it is considered to be Kedushas Damim which may be redeemed without a Mum. Rebbi Shimon says that the Kedushas ha'Guf of the Korban is not conditional, and the Korban may not be redeemed without a Mum.
2. It is a Safek whether a Korban atones for a sin which was committed after the designation of the Korban. If the Korban does atone for such a sin, it is a Safek whether it atones for a sin which was committed after the Shechitah of the Korban.
3. The Shechitah was not done in order that the Korban atone for someone other than the owner. It was brought for a different purpose than the purpose of the owner. For example, the owner is bringing a Todah for returning safely from a trip overseas, and the Todah was slaughtered for the purpose of being released from prison.
4. A Todah is called a Shelamim, but a Shelamim is not called a Todah.
5. A Korban Chatas slaughtered she'Lo Lishmah is Pasul. If it was slaughtered for someone who is Chayav an Olah, it is not regarded as she'Lo Lishmah.
6. According to Rava, since a Chatas atones for a transgression which is punished with Kares, it certainly atones for transgressions of Mitzvos Aseh. Therefore, if it is brought for a person who transgressed a Mitzvas Aseh, it is regarded as she'Lo Lishmah.
7. Although it was slaughtered she'Lo Lishmah, the Korban is Kosher, but the owner does not fulfill his obligation. He must bring a replacement.
8. According to Rava, it is Kosher, since the owner has died, in which case the concept of she'Lo Lishmah does not apply to slaughtering for someone other than the owner. Rav Pinchas brei d'Rav Ami maintains that if the Korban was slaughtered for someone other than the owner, the heirs do not fulfill their obligation. They must bring another Olah as a replacement.
9. Teshuvah alone atones for the transgression of a Mitzvas Aseh.
10. Whether it was slaughtered in the name of a different Korban or in the name of a different owner, it is completely Pasul. Its blood may not be sprinkled on the Mizbe'ach.
11. Since he already fulfilled his obligation to bring a Pesach, it shall be brought as a Shelamim.
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