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1. If a person swears that he will transgress a Mitzvah, he is not Chayav a Korban.
2. If a person swears that he will fulfill a Mitzvah, there is a disagreement if he is Chayav a Korban.
3. A person who swears to harm himself is Chayav a Korban.
4. A person who swears to harm his friend is not Chayav a Korban.
5. A person who curses his father or mother is Chayav Misah.
6. A person who swears to benefit his friend is Chayav a Korban.
7. A person who swears three times that he will not eat a loaf of bread is Chayav only once.
8. When one is released from his first Shevu'ah, the second Shevu'ah takes effect.
9. A person who swears that he will eat a loaf of bread and later swears that he will eat the same loaf of bread is Chayav twice.
10. When a man vowed twice to be a Nazir, counted thirty days of Nezirus, then designated a Korban, he is released from his Nezirus. The days he counted fulfill the second Nezirus.
11. A person who swore not to eat a loaf of bread and then ate all of it except for the size of an olive may be released from his oath.
A BIT MORE
1. It is a Shevu'as Shav, not a Shevu'as Bituy. He is Chayav Malkus, not a Korban.
2. According to Rebbi Yehudah ben Besirah he is Chayav a Korban. The Rabanan maintain that he is exempt from a Korban because the same Shevu'ah cannot be made in the negative. A Shevu'ah to transgress a Mitzvah is not a Shevu'as Bituy, but a Shevu'as Shav.
3. Although it is a valid Shevu'as Bituy only if one swears to do something that is permitted, this Tana is of the opinion that one is permitted to harm himself.
4. It is a valid Shevu'as Bituy only if one swears to do something that is permitted. Since one is forbidden to harm another person, the Shevu'ah is not valid and there is no Chiyuv Korban.
5. Even if he curses only one of his parents, he is Chayav Misah.
6. This Shevu'ah does not exist in the negative, since one who swears to harm his friend is exempt from a Korban. However, the Shevu'ah exists in a neutral sense, for example, a Shevu'ah that he will not benefit others.
7. Once he swore, the subsequent Shevu'os do not take effect. It is a Shevu'ah to fulfill a Mitzvah.
8. Although the second and third Shevu'os did not take effect at the time they were made, nevertheless the Shevu'os exist. They take effect retroactively if he is released from his first or second Shevu'ah.
9. When he swears that he will not eat it, he is Chayav only when he eats the entire loaf. When he swears that he will not eat it, he is Chayav even for the size of an olive. When he says again that he will not eat, he is adding to the first Shevu'ah and therefore he is Chayav for both.
10. He may use the Korban for the second Nezirus, even though it was designated for his first Nezirus. The only reason why the days that he counted and the Korban which he designated do not count for the second Nezirus is that the first Nezirus stood in its way, but now the first Nezirus is no longer in the way.
11. Once he is released from the vow, the remaining piece of bread is permitted.
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