I am looking for a property to buy in Jerusalem. Recently, a friend notified me of a potential bargain: an elderly person, who is clearly unaware of current market prices, is selling his apartment for a very cheap price, approximately two-thirds the market value. May I purchase the apartment for the suggested price, or must I inform the buyer that the price is too low, and make an offer that reflects current market values?
Is it permitted to read a Jewish history book in the bathroom were at times throughout the book the author will bring down a Torah thought? (for example Jewish history a trilogy by Rabbi Berel Wein?
During the holiday and vacation period, one of the most frequently quoted pesukim is a verse in our Parashah: "Guard yourselves very carefully." However, aside from the timely vacation issues, there are several common questions of keeping healthy that deserve halachic analysis. The parameters of the obigation to maintain good health, and its detail, will be discussed in the present article.
Have you come across a question in matters of mamzerus, or other geneaology-related disqualifications?
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