If the Megilas Sotah was written on two Dapim it is Pasul.
If each letter was written and erased separately the Megilah is Pasul.
It is a Safek if two Megilos of two Sotos are erased in the same Kos of water if it is Kosher. (1)
It is a Safek if two Megilos if two Sotos are erased in two Kosos of water and subsequently mixed together if it is Kosher.(2)
It is a Safek if two Megilos of two Sotos that are erased in two Kosos of water and mixed together and then separated if it is Kosher. (3)
It is a Safek if the Sotah drinks the water from a sponge or a straw if it is Kosher.
It is a Safek if some of the Mei Sotah spills if the remaining water is Kosher.
One Shevu'ah in the Parshah of Sotah contains an Alah and one does not.
The Sotah says Amen, Amen; one time for the Alah and one time for the Shevu'ah.
The Sotah must swear that she is not Tamei from this man or any other man or from when she was an Arusah and Nesu'ah, or Shomeres Yavam and Kenusah. (4)
Rebbi Meir says that the woman must swear even with respect to a future Tum'ah.
The Sotah does not have to swear regarding a Tum'ah prior to the Erusin or after divorce. (5)
Rebbi Hamnuna says that a Shomeres Yavam who is Mezaneh is forbidden to the Yavam. (6)
Rebbi Akiva holds that a Kidushin with a Chayavei Lav is not valid.
A Sotah can be made to swear regarding a Tum'ah from her previous marriage to the same husband or from her marriage to the brother of her husband.
According to Rebbi Meir if the wife is Mezaneh in the future the water will be Bodek her at that time.
According to Rebbi Meir a Sotah can be made to swear regarding a Tum'ah from a future marriage to the same husband.
The Tana Kama says that a woman may be forced to drink the Mei Sotah more than once. (7)
Rebbi Yehudah says that the same husband may not force her to drink more than once but a second husband may force her.
The Chachamim say that a woman may not be forced to drink more than once even by a second husband.
A BIT MORE
1. The Safek is whether it is sufficient that it written Lishmah or if it must also be erased Lishmah.
2. This is a question only if the answer to the previous question is that it is Pasul. The question is whether each woman must drink her own water.
3. This is a question only if the answer to the previous question is that it is Pasul. The question is whether the concept of Bereirah applies and we presume that each woman is drinking her own water.
4. The husband makes her swear even from when she was an Arusah or a Shomeres Yavam by means of a Gilgul Shevu'ah.
5. Because a Tum'ah during those times does not prohibit her to her husband.
6. In Ma'arava they said that the Halachah is not like Rebbi Hamnuna.
7. However if she is still married to the same husband he may not force her to drink a second time for the same Bo'el.
SAFEK OF RAV ASHI
It is a Safek to Rebbi Ashi if some of the Mei Sotah spills if the remaining water is Kosher The Keren Orah asks, what is the Safek of Rebbi Ashi? If his Safek is whether the Sotah must drink the entire Kos why does he only ask the question in a case that some of the water was spilled? The Keren Orah answers that l'Chatchilah she certainly must drink the entire Kos and the Safek of Rebbi Ashi is whether b'Di'eved it is sufficient for her to drink part of the Kos.
The husband may make her wife swear with a Gilgul Shevu'ah that she is not Tamei from the man she secluded herself with or from any other man. And that she is not Tamei from the time of Erusin and after the Nisu'in and that she will not become Tamei after he divorces her and remarries. However he may not make her swear regarding a Tum'ah prior to the Erusin and a Tum'ah after he divorces her in the event that he remarries her, because a Tum'ah at that time does not prohibit her to her husband and he may not make her swear concerning any Bi'ah that does not prohibit her. (Rambam Hilchos Sotah 4:17)