A deaf-mute who can communicate in writing, who wants to appoint one to write a get for his wife – because he can communicate, the court appoints on his behalf. [Note: The skipping and choppiness in Anne’s recording is something we’ve never encountered before, and we didn’t realize it was happening. You have our profound apologies.] Plus, mute vs deaf vs deaf-mute. Also, how the scribe(s) writing the get becomes relevant in the context of a shaliach, and a verbal directive for get.
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