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Playing with fire
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Playing with fire

I feel bad for this guy, the Rebbe said that whom ever takes these stolen kisvei yad, is taking a bomb in to his hands.
So first of all it’s a chutzpah, second it’s scary

למען האמת והשלןם
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למען האמת והשלןם

מה שהעורך דין אומר במספר 6 7 שהאמת אינו נוגע לחוק ישראלי אתמה מאד למה צריך בית משפט ועורך דין

Bravo !! Reb Yudel שי
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Bravo !! Reb Yudel שי

Go for it Rabbi Krinsky. It’s so nice to see how your total and complete devotion for the Rebbes inyanim both on a personal and general level is still burning with passion!!!
Chazak Chazak V’nischazeik!!

Chabad should just buy it
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Chabad should just buy it

Thats life.

The legal opinion seems solid
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The legal opinion seems solid

The current seller bought these allegedly stolen goods in good faith last year, at a public auction to which the alleged victim made no objection. Therefore under Israel’s version of תקנת השוק the goods now belong to the good-faith purchaser. The time for Aguch to object was last year, but they didn’t hear about it and missed their chance.

(Halacha’s version preserves the original owner’s right to the goods, but requires him to compensate the good-faith purchaser.)

Rabbi
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Rabbi

to #4 you dont play with the Rebbe you follow the Rebbes directives even today

#2, it's called תקנת השוק
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#2, it's called תקנת השוק

Even a beis din would say Aguch has to pay for it, because halocho also has תקנת השוק. But Israeli law doesn’t have follow Choshen Mishpot, and it gives more importance to ensuring that good-faith buyers have security of title. Aguch’s only recourse is to find the original thief and sue them.

It sold for $25,000 to a buyer.
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It sold for $25,000 to a buyer.

As per the website for Morshet auction house the bidding started at 18K and it sold for 25K?
How was the sale allowed to go through?
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