When a husband divorces his wife after she’s taken a vow, does the divorce function as upholding or ratifying the vow, or is it just silence? With the practical difference being if she divorced and remarried immediately, with implications for the second husband’s ability to revoke that vow. Plus, a new mishnah – on the practice of a father revoking any and all vows that his daughter made under his auspices before she was ever betrothed, so that she marries with a clean slate. Also, how one can revoke a vow he didn’t hear.
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