A new chapter, a new mishnah, and a new topic: miyun – refusal. When a minor girl is in the charge of her family who wants to marry her off – she’s allowed to refuse the husband, and nullify a betrothal that has been established between them. The question is whether this kind of refusal works both for a (regular) husband and for a yavam. Also, how many men can she refuse in this way? Also, spotlighting a minor girl’s refusal of the yavam, with the implications for his brother (a three-way machloket).
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