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1. Rav Yitzchak: A creditor acquires collateral.
2. The Beraisa discusses the status of Chametz found after Pesach in stores that sell Chametz.
3. If a large amount of debris falls on top of Chametz, it is considered destroyed.
4. The Gemara differentiates between how deeply Chametz and money must be buried.
5. A non-Kohen must pay for accidentally eating Terumah that is Chametz on Pesach, even though it has no value.
A BIT MORE
1. This is derived from the fact that the Torah calls it "charity" for the lender to give back the collateral to the borrower when the borrower repays his loan.
2. If a Jew, whose store employs Nochri workers, sells Chametz in his store, any Chametz found in his store immediately after Pesach is presumed to have been owned by the Jew and is forbidden from benefit. If a Nochri owns the store and he employs Jewish workers, the Chametz is permitted.
3. Raban Gamliel says that as long as a dog cannot find it after searching for it (because there is so much debris), it is considered destroyed. Rav Chisda notes that one still must nullify the Chametz.
4. Chametz must be three Tefachim underground or under debris before it is considered destroyed. However, although a person who guards money is supposed to put it underground, he must do so only to cover it from people's eyes. Accordingly, one Tefach underground suffices.
5. Even though it is forbidden from benefit, Terumah is not judged by its value but rather by its volume.
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