When is a husband obligated to redeem his wife? To be sure, it depends, and it’s a machloket. Also, more generally, redeeming people for ransom, including the question of redeeming captives for more than they’re even worth. Likewise, the discussion veers to whether a husband would need to pay more than the ketubah value. Plus, what does a husband have to pay for a wife’s medical treatment? Is there a cap on his monetary obligation? Note also: bloodletting of the world then. Also, a new mishnah, on how children inherit the ketubah money, what’s standard in the contract, and what’s different for boys and girls.
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