Apr 262017

Study Guide Bava Batra 94

When one sells produce, what percentage of bad produce can we assume will be mixed in and therefore the buyer has no rights to claim compensation from the seller for it.  According to Rav Huna, once one goes over that percentage, one has to compensate for all the bad produce – even the percentage that would have been allowed had the seller not gone over.  Various sources are brought to either support or contradict Rav Huna – however, they are all rejected as the case can be looked at in various ways.

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