Violating Shabbos to prevent an abduction or a forced conversion. Not violating Shabbos to prevent a one-time aveirah. What kind of matters are appropriate to discuss on Shabbos? Not talking about business or that which is prohibited on Shabbos; minimizing discussion of idle matters.
We don’t put a person into cherem on Shabbos except under extenuating circumstances. Announcing on Shabbos that land is being sold (in case someone has a claim to the land). Announcing for sale items on Shabbos. Announcing on Shabbos that someone was kidnapped/abducted.
Violating a d’rabbanan for a goseis on Shabbos. Giving collateral to a non-Jew on Shabbos. Buying land from a non-Jew in Eretz Yisrael on Shabbos. Announcing a lost/stolen item on Shabbos. Releasing a cherem on Shabbos.
Making arrangements on Shabbos for a child to learn a trade. Pledging a specific amount for a misheberach on Shabbos. Verbalizing a sale is prohibited on Shabbos. Can you make a kinyan on Erev Shabbos that will be chal on Shabbos. Giving a gift on Shabbos. Measuring on Shabbos for a mitzvah purpose. Thermometers on Shabbos
Paying a worker for 10 days all at once. Are you allowed to hire a chazan for shabbos? Getting paid to be on-call on Shabbos. Financial matters that are categorized as חפצי שמים can be discussed on Shabbos (e.g. funds needed for a shul or for a seudat mitzvah). Discussing a shidduch on Shabbos. Donating […]
If your animal is outside the techum you can call to it to come back into the techum. Travelling to the edge of the techum on Shabbos afternoon for a mitzvah purpose. What else can you do before Shabbos is over for the purpose of a mitzvah? Getting paid for work done on Shabbos.
Eiruvin 7:1 Let’s say that someone left the city on Friday and stood in a certain spot within the Shabbos boundary or at the end of Shabbos boundary and verbalized that this was his designated place for Shabbos. Even if he returns to his city and sleeps there, the next day he is permitted to […]
Eiruvin 6:23 If an individual or a group tells someone to go make an eiruv for them and that person does so, and he chooses the direction to make the eiruv, the eiruv is valid. They rely upon it because they didn’t specify in which direction he should make it. If a person instructs his […]
Eiruvin 6:21 One may make eiruvei techumin on behalf of minor children and Canaanite servants, either with or without their knowledge. If one makes an eiruv for them and they make an eiruv for themselves, his is the one they are to use. One may not, however, make an eiruv for his grown children, his […]
Eiruvin 6:19 Anyone who is able to take possession of a share for the eiruv of a courtyard is also able to take possession for purposes of eiruvei techumin. Conversely, one who is not able to take possession for the eiruv of a courtyard may not do so for eiruvei techumin. Eiruvin 6:20 One may […]