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1. Ma'aser Sheni that becomes Tamei may be redeemed even in Yerushalayim.
2. Produce bought, in Yerushalayim, with money of Ma'aser Sheni which became Tamei may be redeemed according to the Tana Kama. Rebbi Yehudah disagrees.
3. If a person is Makdish a Ba'al Mum for a Korban, it does not attain Kedushas Mizbe'ach. It may be redeemed, and it becomes ordinary Chulin. It may be sheared, and work may be done with it.
4. If a person makes a Temurah, even if the animal is a Ba'al Mum at the time of the Temurah, it does not become complete Chulin after it is redeemed. It may not be sheared, and work may not be done with it.
5. A Korban Pesach does not require Semichah, Nesachim, or Tenufah. If it is not slaughtered on Erev Pesach, it becomes a Shelamim and it requires Semichah, Nesachim, and Tenufah.
6. The Shechitah, and Kabalas ha'Dam, of an Olah and of an Asham, must be done in the north part of the Azarah.
7. An Asham Metzora is unique in that its blood is placed on the ear and Behonos of the Metzora. Therefore, had the Torah not explicitly stated that the blood and Eimurim must be placed on the Mizbe'ach, it would not have been learned from other Ashamos.
8. A Hekesh cannot teach a law regarding Kodshim that is derived from another Hekesh.
9. If a Nega on a person or garment spreads throughout the entire person or garment, it is Tahor.
10. Rebbi Yochanan says that a law regarding Kodshim that is learned from a Hekesh cannot be taught to another topic through a Gezeirah Shavah.
A BIT MORE
1. Ma'aser Sheni Tahor may be redeemed only before it is brought within the walls of Yerushalayim. If it becomes Tamei, it may be redeemed even inside Yerushalayim.
2. According to Rebbi Yehudah, the Kedushah of produce bought with money of Ma'aser Sheni is not strong enough to be redeemed.
3. A Korban which becomes a Ba'al Mum after the Hekdesh retains some Kedushah even after it is redeemed. It may not be sheared, and no work may be done with it. However, if the animal was a Ba'al Mum at the time that its owner was Makdish it, it attains only Kedushas Damim and not Kedushas ha'Guf. When it is redeemed, it no longer has any Kedushah, and it may be sheared, and work may be done with it.
4. The Kedushah of a Temurah is more stringent than the original Kedushah, which does not have the severity of Kedushas ha'Guf if the animal was a Ba'al Mum at the time of the Hekdesh.
5. A Korban Pesach after Erev Pesach is a Shelamim. All of the laws of a Shelamim apply to it.
6. The Kohen also must stand in the north while he receives the blood. For the Shechitah, he does not have to stand in the north, as long as the animal is in the north. If the Shechitah, or Kabalas ha'Dam, was not done in the north, the Olah or Asham is Pasul.
7. This is based on the principle that something that was in the general category (Klal), and the Torah took it out of the Klal to apply a new law to it, is not returned to the Klal unless the Torah explicitly returns it to the Klal.
8. If the original Hekesh teaches derives a law of Kodshim from Chulin, there is a disagreement about whether it may applied to another topic through another Hekesh.
9. A Nega which spreads throughout a person's entire body is Tahor, whether it is a Nega on the skin, on a bald spot on the head, or on the beard.
10. The Torah explicitly states that the Shechitah of an Asham must be done in the north part of the Azarah, even though this requirement could have been derived through a Gezeirah Shavah from Chatas. A law derived though a Hekesh cannot be taught to another topic through a Gezeirah Shavah.
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