On the case of a father betrothing his daughter – a series of disputes on how this works. Which leads into a “reality” story account of the yelling in the beit midrash. Also, what about a minor who accepts kiddushin, not her father’s doing? Plus, the complicated case of bringing a case before Shmuel and then Rav – when the get is needed, plus mi’un, where the action (or marriage, or betrothal) can be rejected
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