Jewish Code of Jurisprudence; Talmudical Law Decisions, Civil, Criminal and Social Volume 5-6 by Joseph Ben Ephraim Karo

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Author
Joseph Ben Ephraim Karo
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Theclassics.Us
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86
ISBN
9781230315195
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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. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ... 11. The tenants of the house may act as witnesses that the possessor took possession of the house three yjears„when they have not given the rent already and they say we will give the rent to the winner, if, however, they did give the rent to the possessor they cannot act as witnesses because if the plaintiff will win the house, they must give rent again to the plaintiff (L. C. 29). CHAPTER 141. 1. The three years of possession must be in full, shall noTTse short even one day. This law applies only" to such field which is watered by a well, or houses, yards, stores, hotels or baths, which they can be used steadily. If however it is a field which is watered by rain or a field tree, then it is not necessary that the possessor shall be three years steady but even he eat three times fruit one of each year it is enough for evidence of possession (L. C. 28). 2. The three years of possession must be one after the other. If however he take possession one year and skip one year and take possession the third year and skip another year and take possession the fifth year and skips the sixth year, the possession cannot be taken under consideration (L. C. 29). . 3. If it is .a_ custom by the locality to plant the J field one year and keep it vacant the next year, the / field shall be fat and may produce more fruit, then such possession can be taken under consideration (L. C). 4. If in the same locality the possessor eat the fruit from the field three years each after the other without any rest, it is two opinions one stating that the possession is valid and one stating that it is void. (Tur). CHAPTER 142. 1. If the possessor produces witnesses that the plaintiff "Helped him to raise a box with fruit on his shoulder of the possessor to bring this...


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