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1. According to the Tana Kama, one is Chayav for eating an entire Gid ha'Nasheh even if it is less than the size of an olive. Rebbi Yehudah disagrees.
2. If one sells an animal on Erev Shmini Atzeres, Erev Pesach, Erev Shavuos, or Erev Rosh Hashanah, or according to Rebbi Yosi ha'Glili on Erev Yom Kippur in Galil, he must notify the buyer if he sold the mother or son as well.
3. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that if the mother or son was sold on a previous day, it is not necessary to notify the buyer even on one of these four days.
4. On these four days, one who sells the meat of an animal must slaughter the animal even if the animal is worth a thousand Zuz and he received only one Dinar from one purchaser.
5. If a seller sells the meat of an animal on these four days and the animal dies, the purchasers lose their money.
6. With regard to the prohibition against slaughtering a mother and its son on the same day, the day starts with the night.
7. Earth must be placed both below and above the blood of Shechitah of a Chayah or bird of Chulin.
8. It is forbidden to add to the building of the Beis ha'Mikdash.
9. If a Chayah was slaughtered and a Behemah was slaughtered over it (and its blood fell on the Chayah's blood), no other cover is needed. However, if a Behemah was slaughtered and a Chayah was slaughtered over it, the Chayah's blood must be covered.
10. The blood which spurts far away at the time of the Shechitah of a Chayah or a bird and the blood that is on the knife of the Shechitah must be covered.
A BIT MORE
1. According to the Tana Kama, one is Chayav Malkus for eating the entire Gid ha'Nasheh because it is considered a Biryah. According to Rebbi Yehudah, it is not considered a Biryah since it is only one part of an animal, and thus one is not Chayav for eating less than the size of an olive.
2. It is the custom to make big festive meals on these days. Therefore, if the mother and son were sold, it is likely that they will be slaughtered on the same day, and therefore the buyer must be informed.
3. Rebbi Yehudah agrees that if the mother was sold to a Chasan and the son was sold to the Kalah, the buyer must be notified, since it is obvious that they will be slaughtered on the same day.
4. However, according to Rav Shmuel bar Yitzchak, the seller is obligated to slaughter the animal only if he was Mezakeh the meat of the animal to the purchaser via a third party without the knowledge of the purchaser. Since it is a Zechus to purchase meat on these four days, the purchaser is Koneh. According to Rebbi Yochanan, even if he was not Mezakeh the meat of the animal, if the purchaser gave the money for the meat he is Koneh, because Min ha'Torah the giving of money is Koneh, and on these four days the Rabanan upheld the Din of the Torah.
5. Since the purchaser was already Koneh, he suffers the loss. However, on any other day that a purchaser buys meat, if the animal dies before Shechitah the seller suffers the loss, since the purchaser was not Koneh.
6. If the mother is slaughtered at night, the son may not be slaughtered on that night and the following day.
7. The blood of Shechitah of a bird of Kodshim does not need to be covered.
8. The dimensions of the Beis ha'Mikdash were taught by David ha'Melech with Ru'ach ha'Kodesh. Therefore, it is forbidden to make any change to the dimensions.
9. The Chayah's blood must be covered even though the blood of the Behemah, and not dirt, is underneath it.
10. The blood must be scraped off the knife and covered with earth.
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