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1)

Why does the Pasuk begin with a 'Vav'?

1.

Bava Kama, 95a: To compare the two Parshiyos (of Shomer Sachar and Sho'el) 1


1

Oznayim la'Torah: Which also explains why the Torah does not specify what he borrowed, since it refers to "Shor O Chamor O Seh ... "in Pasuk 9.

2

Refer to 22:14:1:1.

2)

What are the implications of "ne'Im Re'eihu"?

1.

Bava Metzi'a, 96a: Refer to 22:14:1**:.

2.

Mechilta: It implies that the Shomer only adopts liability once he takes the article out of the owner's R'shus. 1


1

See Torah Temimah.

3)

What is the din of a Sho'el regarding Geneivah va'Aveidah?

1.

Bava Metzi'a, 95a: He is Chayav with a Kal va'Chomer from a Shomer Sachar, who is Patur from Onsin but Chayav for Geneivah va'Aveidah.

4)

What does the word "O" come to include?

1.

Bava Metzi'a, 94b #1: It comes to include 'Shevuyah'


1

Torah Temimah: Because, unlike the other Shomrim, he gains all

5)

Since (in the next Pasuk) the Torah writes "Im Be'aLa'av Imo, Lo Yeshalem", why does it see fit to write here "Be'aLa'av Ein Imo, Shalem Yeshalem"?

1.

Bava Metzi'a, 95b: To teach us that, although the owner does not need to be in the employ of the Sho'el when the Oneis occurs

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