What are the implications of "le'Ish Acher"?
Rashi: It implies that the second man is not in the same league as the first one - since he took into his house the wicked woman that the first man sent away.
What are the implications of "Seifer Kerisus"?
Torah Temimah (citing Gitin, 21b): The Get must separate them completely. Consequently if it contains a condition that binds her to him permanently, 1 it is invalid.
Torah Temimah (Ibid.): Such as 'This is your Get on condition that you never visit your father's house again'.
What are the implications of "Venasan be'Yadah"?
Torah Temimah (citing Gitin, 79a): It implies that if a man instructs his wife to take her Get from the ground she is not divorced(until he gives it to her).
Why does the Torah write "be'Yadah" - instead of 'lah'?