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1. The Mishnah discusses a case of a person who died after he dedicated a Korban Pesach.
2. The Mishnah discusses the law in a case of a Korban Pesach that becomes mixed with other Korbanos (such as with an Asham or a Shelamim).
3. The Mishnah discusses the case of a group that brought a Korban Pesach despite having appointed someone to offer the Korban Pesach on their behalf.
4. The Mishnah discusses what happens (in #3) if they do not know whose Korban Pesach was slaughtered first.
5. The Mishnah discusses a similar case (#3) in which a person told others to slaughter a Pesach for him if he will arrive late.
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1. His son may offer this animal only as a Shelamim, not as a Pesach.
2. The owner must put them all out to pasture and sell them when they become blemished, and he must offer new Korbanos to replace them based on the value of the most expensive Korban that was put out to pasture. Accordingly, if the most expensive animal was worth a Sela, he must offer a Pesach, Asham, and Shelamim that are each worth a Sela, even though he receives less than this amount from the proceeds of the sale.
3. If the person who offered a Korban Pesach on their behalf did so before they offered their Pesach, they should eat the Pesach with him (as it is his as well). If they offered their Pesach first, they eat their Pesach and the messenger eats his own Pesach.
4. The messenger may eat his own Pesach, but the group may not eat from his or their Pesach which must be burned. However, they are exempt from bringing a Korban Pesach Sheni (because they did offer a Pesach, and it is merely unclear which was theirs).
5. If they indeed arrived and slaughtered a Korban Pesach before him, he eats with them. If he arrived before them, he eats from his own Pesach and they eat from theirs.
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