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Yevamos 113

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  • Summary of the Daf
  • A Ketanah who is an orphan may eat Terumah if she is married off to a Kohen. A deaf mute who is married to a Kohen may not eat Terumah.
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  • A Ketanah who is married off as an orphan receives a Kesuvah, but a deaf mute who is married does not received a Kesuvah.
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  • A girl who does Mi'un, a Sheniyah, and an Ailonis do not receive a Kesuvah.
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  • If a man marries an insane woman or a deaf mute and writes her a Kesuvah, he is liable for it. A woman desires marriage more than a man does. A man who has relations with the wife of a deaf mute is not liable to bring an Asham Taluy. If a Cheresh, Shoteh, or Katan separate Terumah, it is not valid.
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  • Rebbi Elazar: Terumah separated by a Cheresh is a Safek. In order to be liable for an Asham Taluy, the Safek must involve one of two things and we do not know which one is forbidden.
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  • If a woman returns to her husband after she is divorced, the Get is not valid. If a person tells witnesses, "Take a look at this Get," and at the time he gives it to his wife he tells her that it is a monetary document, the Get is valid.
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  • Brief Insight
    THE MARRIAGE OF A CHERESH

    The Gemara says that a woman who is married to a deaf mute does not receive a Kesuvah. The Nimukei Yosef asks that the Gemara in Bava Kama says that it is forbidden for a man to stay with his wife even for one moment without a Kesuvah. The Nimukei Yosef answers that the rule of the Gemara there applies only to the marriage of a man who is capable of writing a Kesuvah. If such a man does not write a Kesuvah, his marriage appears like a Bi'as Znus. A deaf mute is not capable of writing a Kesuvah, and therefore it does not appear like a Bi'as Znus when there is no Kesuvah.

    However, the law that a woman who marries a Cheresh does not receive a Kesuvah applies only when she married him on her own. If she was married in Beis Din, Beis Din may insist that he write a Kesuvah for her if they deem that it will be difficult for him to find a marriage partner without one.
  • Quick Halachah
    THE CHIYUV OF ASHAM TALUY

    Any Isur for which one is obligated to bring a Korban Chatas, one is liable to bring an Asham Taluy if there is a doubt. The Chiyuv of Asham Taluy applies only when there was a known Isur. For example, one ate Chelev but does not know if it was a k'Zayis. If, however, one ate one piece and does not know if it was Chelev or Shuman, or if one ate the Chelev of a Koy (which is a Safek Chayah and Safek Behemah), one is exempt from bringing an Asham Taluy. (Rambam, Hilchos Shegagos 8:1,2)
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