What are the implications of the phrase "v'Im Mach hu me'Erkecha"?
Rashi: It implies that the Ma'arich cannot afford to pay the Erech of the Ne'erach.
What is the meaning of "v'He'emido lifnei ha'Kohen"? Who stands up whom?
Rashi: The Ma'arich stands the Ne'erach in front of the Kohen.
What are thee implications of the word "v'He'emido"?
Torah Temimah (citing Erchin, 4b): It implies that if the Ne'erach is a Goseis (on his death bed) and is unable to stand, 1 he cannot be assessed.
How does the Kohen assess him?
Rashi: And the Kohen reassesses the Ne'erach according to the means of the Ma'arich, leaving the latter the bare necessities on which to live. 1
Rashi: Which entails the Ma'arich having to sell all his household articles with the exception of his bed, covers and pillow, and his work tools - such as his donkey if he is an ass-driver.