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Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

What we found is that there are ways that the preserved yard buys what is the definition of preserved

There is reason to say that with any object it is as usual to keep this object, and for more details and definitions see below.

Sources: We find in the 20th century matters of preservation, in the Rabbinical Law of the Compiler of preservation laws in torts, and perhaps 11 Dahl Dever will be the property according to the preservation raised in it, and in the BBM concerning the laws of preservation in the keepers, and I also saw that the Rambam's words [ P.D. Meshala and Pedakdon] and Shu'a [see CG] that the guard fence is the same as the way of the guards for every kind of object in its own right, and therefore it is possible that in our case a definition of the preserved yard will be in every kind of object in its own right.

And it was said in the Matani' of tithes and it was brought up in the Gm' Nada from the EB Daikha to the Mad that a yard in which the dishes are not kept is not a yard for the purpose of tithing and i.e. to the Madd a dachal who enters and they say to him what do you want is not a yard for the purpose of tithe, and there were other opinions said in the definition of the matter, And they ruled in the Gm that according to all of them it was stricter, and so was the Rambam's ruling [from 10 FD 88] and Zal, this is the court that states, all utensils are kept in it, or there is no person ashamed of eating in it, or a court that if a person enters she is told What are you asking for, as well as a yard that has a second apartment or is shared by two that one opens and enters and one comes and enters or exits and locks, since they both open and lock, this is determined by the Supreme Court, and the way a person enters and they don't ask him what you want really seems to be a model for our matter. Preserved, because if anyone can enter the yard without the owner's permission without fearing anything, then this is surely a place that is not preserved.

But for all the opinions and definitions mentioned there in the Mishnah and in the Rambam there is a meaning that what is being discussed in this is the definition of the preserved court, and as for the language of the Gemm in BM Pah AA regarding the matter of Masher Debai' the preserved court, which the Rambam ruled as the simplicity of the language of the Gemm there, [and not as the ' in the BM there], and it also means in the Yerushalmi Mas'ash PG 13 that the matter is preserved, and in any case we must discuss all the definitions that were said there, that same is doubtful for the material and here that it is discussed sometimes to spend money and to keep money In all definitions there is legitimately a doubt, and that's it.

And M.M. also what was mentioned in the G.M. in the M.D.'s opinion that the definition is that the vessels are kept inside it, that is, that a guard is placed, etc. There is a place to say, that is, when a guard is needed, and if one is guarded without a guard, AHN, the keeper is preserved.

And regarding a courtyard surrounded by partitions by A. Natham C. R. S. K. G. and B. No. K. there they shared it.
And it seems that there is a difficulty with the Natha'am of the types of Deirovin 11 A. For this matter, there is no Burganin either abroad or in Babylon, and this is how the RIF and the Rashba resorted to the PM that is explained in the Chazu'a Erivin 3. Ki 22 A. That.
And for the PZ, what the NTHAM evidence from Gitin brought, maybe the partitions are only to consider the get that is in the yard, but the guarding is apart from the partitions, and that's it.

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