Jewish Code of Jurisprudence; Elements of the Talmudical, Commercial and Criminal Law Volume 1 by Joseph Ben Ephraim Karo

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Author
Joseph Ben Ephraim Karo
Publisher
Theclassics.Us
Date of release
Pages
42
ISBN
9781230428888
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Paperback
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ... 4. If a man says to witness write a deed that I give a present the house that I got in a different city to R. The witness can sign the deed even if he does not know whether he has a house in that city or not. 5. If in a deed is written that R sold the house to B even if the amount is not written the deed is valid. CHAPTER CCXXXIX. 1. If a man claims in court or to the witness that he lost the deed on the property what he bought he is entitled to a duplicate, on which must be written the date when he bought the house. 2. When the sale is made it is allowed to the buyer to demand duplicates of the deed. CHAPTER CCXL. 1. If a man gives two deeds of the same date to two different parties and does not mention the hour the decision is left to the court and the landlord must return to the other party the money. CHAPTER CCXLI. 1. When a man gives a present to his comrade either in land or in removable property the transaction is not valid except when he makes some ceremony of agreement even not in the presence of witness, if they both confess. For the promises there is no claim. 2. If the article is lying in the possession of the present taker even with promises is the transaction valid. For instance if he has by the present taker a debt or he gives him something to storage even if the lender has a pledge or a note and he promised to give it to him as a present he must return the note or the pledge. 3. When a man promises to give him a house from his houses and he does not specify which one, the transaction is not valid because he must write down what present he wants offer to give him. 4. The present must be given to the present taker with all privileges so that he can do with it what he pleases then the transaction is valid. 5. The present can...


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