Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

He found a bill in a stander compartment in the Kollel and the person sitting there says that he didn't put it there, what will he do

It is a halacha in the Shu'a that every way Hinoch shall not take, and if a burden is not returned without a sign, and if there is no sign, he has won it, but here there is a sign of a place since it is known in the cell of which stander it was placed, and in a way that is obvious where it was placed, this is a sign as explained in the Shu'a.
And Haka claimed that since the person sitting there claims that he is not from him, it follows that someone raised him from the ground and condemned him as someone who has no sign of place, and I am puzzled by his reasoning, how it is possible to hang a koala like that, except as in every way of Hinoh there are no hangings that are raised from the floor Here, because even here there is no lack of examples and ways that someone might place a bill there even if he is not sitting there, such as it can be hung that stands have been moved or that someone has left for someone to take from there or in any other way.

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