464. Late Payment

66:11 Similarly, let’s say that Reuven owes money to Shimon but does not have the funds to repay him when the due date arrives, so Shimon agrees to wait a certain length of time for repayment. Such a case is likewise not covered by a the iska document. Rather, Reuven may sell Shimon some merchandise that he has by using the method described in 66:10. Shimon returns the promissory note already in his possession to Reuven, who gives him a new note based on the merchandise that Shimon just bought from him, using the method described above.

If one Jew gives another an animal to raise with the understanding that they will divide the profits between them, the laws are of this are the same as those for investing in a business venture.

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