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1. If one dies and leaves a Korban which has not yet been brought, his sons may bring it, but they not make a Temurah.
2. If an heir redeems the Ma'aser Sheni of his father, he must add an additional fifth to the value of the Ma'aser Sheni.
3. If one is Makdish his animal for the Chiyuv Korban of his friend, if the animal is redeemed the Makdish adds an additional fifth. Only the person who is Chayav the Korban may make a Temurah.
4. A person who separated Terumah from his own produce for the Chiyuv Ma'aser of his friend may give the Ma'aser to the Kohen of his choice.
5. If a person brings a Korban she'Lo Lishmah, it does not atone for the sin for which it was designated.
6. A Chatas atones only for a sin that was committed prior to the designation of the Korban.
7. A Korban Olah atones for many sins.
8. If a person failed to perform Semichah on his Korban, he fulfills his obligation.
9. If the Log of oil of a Metzora is not placed on his head, there is a disagreement about whether new oil must be brought and placed again on his ear, toe, and thumb.
10. Two goats are brought for a Chatas for the Musafim of Shavuos. The first goat atones for the sin of eating Kodesh or entering the Mikdash in a state of Tum'ah. The second goat atones for the same sin if it occurred after the designation of the first Korban.
A BIT MORE
1. It is a Gezeiras ha'Kasuv that if there is only one heir, he may make a Temurah. If there are two heirs, they may not make a Temurah.
2. If the owner redeems his own Ma'aser Sheni, he must add an additional fifth. If someone other than the owner redeems it, an additional fifth is not required. It is a Gezeiras ha'Kasuv that if an heir redeems the Ma'aser Sheni of his father, he must add an additional fifth.
3. If an owner redeems his own Korban after it develops a Mum, he must add an additional fifth. If someone other than the owner redeems it, an additional fifth is not required. The Makdish is regarded as the owner regarding the Chiyuv to add a fifth. However, with regard to making a Temurah, the person who is Chayav to bring the Korban is regarded as the owner, and only he may make a Temurah.
4. The person who separates the Terumah owns the Tovas Hana'ah of the Terumah. He has the right to choose the Kohen to whom he gives the Terumah. Therefore, if the grandfather of the Kohen who is a Yisrael offers money in exchange for giving the Terumah to his grandchild, he may accept the money.
5. It is brought on the Mizbe'ach, since it was originally designated Lishmah. He must bring another Korban for his atonement.
6. A Korban Chatas atones for only one sin. The Korban must be designated after the sinner became aware of the sin.
7. A Korban Olah atones for Mitzvos Aseh and Mitzvos Lo Sa'aseh which are rectified with an Aseh. A person is not obligated to bring a Korban Olah. Therefore, if he chooses to bring an Olah, it atones for all the sins which fall into this category.
8. Although the Korban atones for him, it is considered as though it did not atone, because his failure to perform Semichah is not atoned for by the Korban.
9. According to Rebbi Akiva, he must start again by placing the new oil on his ear, thumb, and toe. Rebbi Yochanan ben Nuri maintains that it is not necessary to place the new oil on his ear, thumb, and toe; it is necessary only to place it on his head.
10. The Torah is teaching that although the Jewish people sin often and thus should bring Korbanos all of the time, the Torah has mercy on them because of the great expense involved.
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