4 violations for which a person is not liable in the human court, but the heavenly count will take an accounting. Also, specific treatment of some of the cases in the mishnah regarding liability – if a sheep enclave has been broken, whether by robbers or animals, the owner of the sheep is exempt from any damage they might cause. If robbers stole the sheep, then the robbers are responsible for their damage. If one designates a shepherd to care for thr sheep… how far does his responsibility go? Plus, the sharp question of returning a lost object, but before its returned – what is the status of the person returning? How much responses that person haevfoe the item itself?
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