Yevamos 13:4-5

Yevamos 13:4

If the minor girl annuls a marriage through refusal, he is permitted to marry her relatives, and she may marry his relatives, and she may still marry a kohein. If he dissolved the marriage by giving her a get, he may not marry her relatives, nor she his, nor may she marry a kohein. If he gave her a get and then remarried her but she dissolved their second marriage through refusal, then she married someone else and was widowed or divorced, they are permitted to remarry again. If she dissolved their first marriage through refusal, then he remarried her and ended it with a get, then she married someone else and was widowed or divorced, they are not permitted to remarry. The general rule is that in the case of a get after refusal, they may not remarry; in the case of refusal after a get, they may.

Yevamos 13:5

Let’s say that a minor girl refused a marriage with one man, then she married another, who divorced her with a get, then she married another, whom she refused, then another, who gave her a get, then another, whom she refused. She may not remarry any man who gave her a get and she may remarry any man she refused.
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