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634. A Non-Jewish Visitor on Shabbos
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Shabbos 6:21 A non-Jew is permitted to transport his own possessions in order to bring them into the Jew’s house on Shabbos. The Jew may even tell the non-Jew where to place his things. A Jew may invite a non-Jew to visit on Shabbos and he may serve the guest food. If the non-Jew takes […]
633. Giving Work to a Non-Jew Before Shabbos
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Shabbos 6:19 A Jew may not give utensils to a non-Jewish artisan to craft on Friday, even if the craftsman has a set price for the job, unless there is time to pick the articles up before Shabbos. Similarly, a Jew may not sell, lend, pawn, or make a gift of his property to a […]
632. Jewish and Non-Jewish Business Partners
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Shabbos 6:17 Let’s say that a Jew entered into a business partnership with a non-Jew. If a condition was made at the outset, then the profits generated on Shabbos, whether they are great or small, may be assigned exclusively to the non-Jewish partner in exchange for which the profits of a different day may be […]
630. Parameters for Contracting a Long-Term Worker
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Shabbos 6:13 The rule in 6:12 (about a non-Jewish contractor doing work for a Jew on Shabbos) only applies when the arrangement is discreet and it is not common knowledge that the work is being performed on Shabbos for a Jew. If the situation is widely known, then the non-Jewish contractor may not perform the […]