More cases of possible kiddushin. For example, betrothal with a mat of myrtle branches – to no response by the woman who takes the mat. Is that silence a matter of acquiescence or rejection? How would she knows the details of that kind of silence? Also, what about a designated sin-offering on the woman’s behalf post childbirth? What if she dies in childbirth? Plus, what about a loan where the debtor dies – and whether the creditor can always collect the loan.
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