Chapter 8! With a new mishnah, of course. On usufruct property that a wife brings into the marriage, and the husband has the right of the produce of the property. For example, when a woman inherits prior to her betrothal. But what happens if she’s already betrothed? It’s a machloket between Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai. Plus, an expressed discomfort with the halakhah as it’s determined here. Plus, what if he doesn’t know about the inheritance?! Also, a mishnah that is compared to Takanat Usha – on this kind of property, specifically. And again, what if the husband didn’t know about the property she inherits? So much is property law, so much seems to be decided on a case by case basis, which is not always our norm.
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