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Weekly Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 1

April 15, 2021; Iyar 3, 5781

Halacha – Jewish Law

Children in a Motel Room: Many motels have rules regarding how many children are permitted to stay with their parents in one room. When planning a trip, my wife and I expected four children to join us. So we told the motel that we would like one room for two adults and four children. The hotel reserved the room for us without

incident. At the last moment, a fifth child wanted to come with us. Am I obligated to tell the motel that now we have five children staying in one room with us? The hotel never said that there is a 4 child limit per room? Perhaps now they may make us reserve a second room? ...


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