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Chazakah: (a) An act of property acquisition. (b) The halachic status of permanence that is established when an event repeats itself three times. (c) An entity’s assumptive state based on its nature or personal track record.
The Talmud on Real Estate, Lesson 2
The Three Years 'Chazakah'
This Talmud series presents a Talmudic perspective on real estate and proof ownership. In this class we explore the compelling logic behind the Talmudic principle of ‘Chazakah’—presumptive ownership for the occupier.
For millennia we were ridiculed for believing that the world began, cause and effect are not inherently linked, a whole is greater than the sum of its parts, the human psyche is multi-layered...
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