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|ZEVACHIM 4 (2 Iyar) - Dedicated by Mrs. Libi Feinberg l'Iluy Nishmas her late mother, Rachel Leah bas Reb Yaakov Ha'Levi.|
1. A Korban Pesach slaughtered for someone incapable of eating at least an olive's size of meat from the Korban is Pasul.
2. A non-Kohen is forbidden to receive the blood of a Korban.
3. A non-Kohen who sprinkles the blood of a Korban is Chayav Misah.
4. The four Avodos of Shechitah, Kabalah, Halachah, and Zerikah must be done Lishmah.
5. 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.
6. If a person slaughters a Korban with intent to sprinkle the blood l'Shem someone other than its owner, the owner does not fulfill his obligation.
7. If a person sprinkles the blood of a Korban l'Shem someone other than its owner, the owner does not fulfill his obligation.
8. If a person makes a Neder to bring a Korban, he is responsible to replace the Korban if it is lost. If he makes a Nedavah, he is not responsible to replace the Korban if it is lost.
A BIT MORE
1. Even if the Pesach was slaughtered for its owner, it is Pasul if the owner was ill or old and was incapable of eating the size of an olive.
2. A non-Kohen may perform the Shechitah. He may not perform any of the subsequent Avodos.
3. A non-Kohen may not perform any of the Avodos other than the Shechitah. A non-Kohen is Chayav Misah only for sprinkling the blood because it is a final Avodah.
4. If one of the Avodos is not done Lishmah, the Korban is Kosher. However, the owner of the Korban does not fulfill his obligation. He must bring a replacement. A Korban Chatas or Pesach which is not done Lishmah is Pasul.
5. A Todah is called a Shelamim. A Shelamim is not called a Todah.
6. If a Korban is slaughtered l'Shem a person other than its owner, the owner fulfills his obligation. The principle of ownership in a Korban is for the atonement. The atonement is attained only with the sprinkling of the blood, not with Shechitah or any of the other Avodos.
7. Similarly, if a person receives the blood of a Korban, or brings the blood to the Mizbe'ach, with intent to sprinkle the blood l'Shem someone other than its owner, the owner does not fulfill his obligation.
8. One who makes a Neder to bring a Korban declares, "It is upon me to bring a Korban." Since he says "it is upon me," he commits himself to bring the Korban.
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