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1. If the blood of a Chatas ha'Of is brought into the Heichal, it is a Safek whether it is Pasul.
2. If the flesh of a Korban or a Minchas Chotei is brought inside the Heichal, it is Kosher.
3. A Minchas Chotei that is brought she'Lo Lishmah is Pasul. Other Menachos which are brought she'Lo Lishmah are Kosher.
4. Rebbi Shimon maintains that the Kemitzah of a Minchah may be brought to the Mizbe'ach by hand or in a Kli Shares.
5. A Korban Asham requires Semichah, like a Chatas.
6. Yosef ben Choni says that a Korban which was slaughtered l'Shem Chatas or l'Shem Pesach is Pasul.
7. Rebbi Eliezer agrees with Yosef ben Choni that a Korban slaughtered l'Shem Pesach is Pasul. There is a disagreement about whether he agrees with him in the case of a Korban slaughtered l'Shem Chatas.
8. A Korban Pesach which is slaughtered Lishmah on Erev Pesach is Kosher. If it is slaughtered she'Lo Lishmah it is Pasul. At all other times, if it is slaughtered Lishmah it is Pasul.
9. A Mosar Chatas must be brought as an Olah.
10. Shimon, the brother of Azaryah, says that if a Korban is slaughtered l'Shem a Korban which is of higher stature, it is Kosher. If it is of a lower stature, it is Pasul.
11. If a Korban Pesach is brought on the morning of Erev Pesach she'Lo Lishmah, according to Rebbi Yehoshua it is Kosher. Ben Beseirah disagrees.
A BIT MORE
1. The Safek exists in a case in which the neck of the Chatas containing the blood is brought into the Heichal. The blood of a Chatas ha'Of is not received in a utensil.
2. It is Pasul only if the blood of a Chatas is brought inside the Heichal. The flesh, or a Minchah, which is brought inside the Heichal is not Pasul.
3. A Minchas Chotei shares the same status as a Chatas, which is Pasul if it is brought she'Lo Lishmah. Other Menachos share the status of other Korbanos, which are Kosher she'Lo Lishmah.
4. If the Kemitzah is brought by hand, it must be treated like the blood of a Chatas, which is placed on the Mizbe'ach by hand. It must be brought with the right hand, like a Chatas. If the Kemitzah is brought in a Kli Shares, it must be treated like the blood of an Asham which is thrown on the Mizbe'ach from a Kli Shares. It must be brought with the left hand, like an Asham.
5. The Torah compares a Korban Asham to a Chatas. Rebbi Eliezer learns that an Asham is Pasul she'Lo Lishmah like a Chatas. The Rabanan learn that an Asham requires Semichah like a Chatas.
6. A Korban (which is not a Chatas) that is slaughtered l'Shem Chatas is Pasul. A Korban (which is not a Pesach) that is slaughtered l'Shem Pesach is Pasul only on Erev Pesach in the afternoon.
7. According to Rabah, Rebbi Eliezer disagrees with Yosef ben Choni and maintains that a Korban slaughtered l'Shem Chatas is Kosher. Rebbi Yochanan maintains that Rebbi Eliezer agrees with Yosef ben Choni in the case of a Chatas.
8. A Pesach brought at any time of the year other than Erev Pesach after midday is a Shelamim. If it is brought l'Shem Pesach, it is Pasul.
9. If a person designated money to be used for a Chatas and some of the money was left over, or if a person designated two animals for his Chatas, with intention that the second animal be reserved in case the first animal is lost, the leftover money or the animal which was designated for reserve shall be used for an Olah.
10. If Kodshei Kodashim are slaughtered l'Shem Kodshei Kalim, they are Pasul. The reverse is Kosher. If a Bechor or Ma'aser is slaughtered l'Shem Shelamim, it is Kosher, but the reverse is Pasul.
11. Rebbi Oshiya says that according to Ben Beseirah, a Korban Pesach may be brought in the morning of Erev Pesach. Therefore, it is no different than one brought in the afternoon, and it is Pasul she'Lo Lishmah.
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