[Different rules apply] if, by contrast, sacrificial animals were left over night - whether their blood, their meat, or their fats and organs were left over night;
a sacrificial animal was taken out of the Temple Courtyard;
it became impure or disqualified because of a disqualifying thought concerning the time [it was to be eaten] or the place [it was to be eaten];
it was sacrificed for the sake of a different offering;
impure [priests] received its blood and cast it on the altar; [this is significant] since they are fit to perform Temple service when a sacrifice is brought in a state of impurity;
when the blood was presented in an improper place;
or sacrifices of the most sacred order were slaughtered in the southern portion of the Temple Courtyard or their blood was received there.
Although in all of these situations, [the sacrifices] are disqualified, if [the meat, fats, and/or organs] were brought to the top of the altar, they should not be taken down.