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1. All the Kohanim are considered to be the "household" of the Kohen Gadol.
2. The goats of the Musafim of Yom Kipur are paid for by the people.
3. The ox of Yom Kipur is paid for by the Kohen Gadol.
4. The Kohen Gadol confesses twice when bringing his ox on Yom Kipur.
5. A person was Tamei and forgot about the Tum'ah, or forgot that an item was Kodesh, and ate it. He must bring a Korban Oleh v'Yored when he remembers.
6. A person was Tamei and forgot about the Tum'ah, or forgot that a place was the Mikdash, and entered the Mikdash. He must bring a Korban Oleh'vYored when he remembers.
7. If someone enters into an expansion of the Azarah in a state of Tum'ah, he is Chayav. This is only true if the addition was done in the proper manner.
8. Someone became Tamei in the Azarah and subsequently forgot. After he forgot he bowed down or lingered in the Azarah long enough to "bow down." He is Chayav a Korban Oleh v'Yored.
9. Someone was aware that he came in contact with a Sheretz the size of a lentil, but he was not aware that it was a sufficient quantity of Sheretz to make him Tamei. It is a Safek if this is regarded as a Yedi'ah to obligate him with a Korban Oleh v'Yored.
10. A resident of Bavel who was never aware of the location of the Beis ha'Mikdash entered the Mikdash in a state of Tum'ah. It is a Safek if this obligates him in a Korban Oleh v'Yored.
A BIT MORE
1. The verse in Tehilim states "Beis Aharon blesses Hashem," which implies that all the Kohanim are included in the Bayis of the Kohen Gadol.
2. The goats must be bought with the money in the Terumas ha'Lishkah and with money belonging to an individual.
3. Although they have a share in its atonement even his fellow Kohanim do not contribute toward the payment of the ox.
4. The two confessions and the blood of the ox are for the three atonements of the ox. According to Rebbi Shimon the ox atones for the transgressions of Tum'ah of the Kohanim. One atonement is for the Aveiros which are atoned for the rest of Klal Yisrael with the goat which is brought inside the Hechal. The second atonement is for the Aveiros which are atoned for by the goat which is brought in the Azarah. The third atonement is for all other Aveiros of the Kohanim. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that the goat which is pushed off the cliff also atones for the Kohanim for all other Aveiros., The ox of the Kohen Gadol atones separately for the family of the Kohen Gadol and for the rest of the Kohanim.
5. He is Chayav a Korban even if he forgot about both the Tum'ah and the Kodesh.
6. He is also Chayav a Korban if he forgot about both the Tum'ah and the Mikdash. Rebbi Eliezer and Rebbi Akiva maintain that he is not Chayav a Korban if he remembers that he was Tamei but he forgot about the Mikdash.
7. The addition is only valid if it is be done with a King, a Navi, the Urim v'Tumim, the seventy one judges of the Sanhedrin, and with two Toldos and with Shir.
8. If he left the Azarah immediately but he took the long way out he is also Chayav. If he took the short way out and he did not linger in the Azarah long enough to bow down he is exempt from a bringing a Korban.
9. It is a Safek if it is regarded as a Yedi'ah and if he subsequently forgets that he came into contact with a Sheretz and he eats Kodesh or enters the Mikdash he is Chayav a Korban. However, one is only Chayav a Korban Oleh v'Yored if he has a Yedi'ah in the beginning and the end.
10. This Safek is in accordance with the opinion of Rebbi who maintains that a person is Chayav for entering the Beis ha'Mikdash in a state of Tum'ah if he was aware in the beginning and the end of the Tum'ah.
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