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Pruzbul: document allowing a debt to be collected in the Sabbatical year
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Questions and answers about the cancellation of debts on the Sabbatical year, and what we do about it
I understand that every seven years is a Sabbatical year, during which Israeli farmers give their fields a break and all debts are canceled. How does the debt thing work? What happens if someone owes me money? Am I really obligated to let it slide? Also, ...
Shemitah and Loan Amnesty, Lesson 1
Learn the foundational principles and central laws of the Sabbatical Year, known as Shemitah, which is a year of rest and release for both land and money.
Discovering Talmudic Principles
This Talmud course will be exploring and analyzing the fourth chapter of tractate Gitin, focusing on the principles of the Shemitah year, cancelations of debts and the procedure of the Pruzbul.
Question: I am owed money by Jews for goods and services provided over the past few months on credit. I expected all of the outstanding invoices to have been paid by Rosh Hashanah, but it’s beginning to look like some will not be paid by then. I did not l...
The Torah mandates that every seventh year is observed as a Sabbatical, when the fields are to be left fallow and all interpersonal loans are forgiven. This coming year, 5782 (which begins with Rosh Hashanah 2021 and concludes the following fall), is a Sh...
Wouldn’t this commandment make people hesitant to lend, knowing that the debtor could just run out the clock?
A detailed look at the laws of Rosh Hashanah.
The Sabbatical year is associated with two mitzvot: 1) The land must be left unplowed and fallow. 2) All personal debts are canceled. There is a connection between these two precepts.
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