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1. One is liable to bring a Korban Chatas only when he was unaware of his sin from the beginning until its end.
2. There is a discussion about whether one is permitted to take dough out of the oven on Shabbos before the bread is baked.
3. There is a dispute about the law in the case of one who throws an object from one private domain to another private domain through a public domain.
4. There is a dispute about the law in the case of one who throws an item from the public domain onto a tree branch.
5. There is a dispute about the law in the case of one who throws an object from a public domain to another public domain through a private domain.
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1. Accordingly, a person who forgot that it was Shabbos, put dough into the oven to bake, and then remembered that it was Shabbos before it baked, is not liable to bring a Korban Chatas. This is because he remembered it was Shabbos before the Melachah was done.
2. Rav Shila: If a person put the dough in the oven without knowing that it was Shabbos, someone else is allowed to take it out of the oven (even though this is a transgression of a Rabbinic prohibition) in order to save the baker from transgressing a Torah prohibition. Rav Ashi: If a person purposely put the dough into the oven, he is allowed to take it out before he becomes liable for Sekilah.
3. Rebbi Akiva: One is liable for carrying in such a case. Chachamim: According to Torah law, one is not liable.
4. The case concerns the trunk of a tree that is in a private domain, while the branches are in the public domain. Rebbi: One is liable, since the branches are considered to have the status of the trunk which is of a significant size and is in the private domain. The Rabanan: It does not have the status of the trunk, and is therefore not of significant size to qualify as a Halachic resting place for the item.
5. Rebbi: One is liable in such a case. Chachamim: One is exempt.
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