Revach L'Daf
יום א' פרשת אחרי מות
Bechoros 3

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  • Summary of the Daf
  • If a person illicitly sold a large animal (such as a cow or horse) to a Nochri, he is obligated to buy it back even if he must pay more than the animal's true value to do so.
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  • If a person who illicitly sold a Nochri servant to a non-Jew, he is obligated to buy him back even if he must pay more than the servant's true value to do so.
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  • The Amora'im argue about how much of a Jew's animal must be owned by a non-Jew in order to exempt the animal from the laws of Bechor.
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  • Rabanan: The amount a non-Jew must own in order to exempt a Jew's animal from the laws of Bechor depends on whether he shares ownership in the mother or in the firstborn itself.
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  • Rebbi Yochanan: A firstborn that only somewhat resembles the species of its mother cannot be brought as a Korban, but it must be given to the Kohen.
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  • Rava: The Halachah follows the opinion of the Rabanan. Thus, a Jew is obligated in the Mitzvah of Bechor only if he has full ownership of the donkey and its fetus.
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  • A person is allowed to make a blemish in a Bechor before it is born.
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  • Kohanim and Leviyim are exempt from redeeming the firstborn donkey.
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