🛎 AT Daily! #1544 🧵 Made To Measure 🧣 Bava Metzia 28

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Chapter 2, Mishna 6, 7, 8, 9
Topics covered:
How does finder scrutinize whether self-proclaimed owner is swindler or not?
What if two self-proclaimed owners correctly describe distinguishing marks on item?
What if each self-proclaimed owner brings witnesses that bring different proofs of ownership?
What if one person provides evidence of length, another provides evidence of width?
Until when is one who finds a lost object obligated to proclaim his find?
How does one fulfill obligation to proclaim a find?
If someone finds an item while on pilgrimage in Jerusalem, how long does he have to stay there to find owner?
Who are the “neighbors of the lost item”?
How were things different when Jews were very numerous in Jerusalem & environs?
If an item is found during a pilgrimage festival, how many times must the finder proclaim the finding?
If finder can’t find owner, must he bring item back at the next festival to try again?
Now that there’s no Temple, where are proclamations made?
What if witnesses mistakenly testify that “owner” is a swindler?
What if it’s costing finder more to feed found animal than the animal itself is worth?
How long does finder have to care for different types of animals?

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