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Weekly Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 4

May 6, 2021; Iyar 24, 5781

Halacha – Jewish Law Rashi (Chullin 94b) maintains that the prohibition of deceiving another (Genaivas Daas) does not apply unless one says something to mislead or deceive another. According to the Ran (Chullin 33a) the prohibition of Genaivas Daas does not apply unless one intended to mislead another. Tosafos (Chullin 94b) says that in a situation in which the deceived party should have known on his own to make a relevant inquiry but instead relied upon unwarranted assumptions, then an unintentional deceiver does not violate Genaivas Daas as this is the deceived party’s own mistake...


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