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1) [line 2] EIN ED NA'ASEH DAYAN - a witness cannot become a judge The Amora'im argue as to whether a witness can become a judge in the same case. The Gemara (Kesuvos 21b) concludes that this argument only applies to cases that are mid'Oraisa. All agree that in cases that are mid'Rabanan, a witness can become a judge.
2) [line 3] IYN, HACHI NAMI KA'AMINA - yes, this is what I, too, was saying
3a) [line 4] KOL ZEMAN SHE'YOSHVIN - all the time that they are still
4) [last line] DI'SELIKU ME'INYANA L'INYANA - they have moved on from one matter to another matter
5) [line 2] SADEH INYAN U'MECHETZAH - the cases of "Sadeh," "Inyan," and "Mechetzah"
(a) SADEH - "Sadeh" refers to the ruling of Rav Yosef (12b) in the case of two or more heirs who inherited a number of fields from their father. One of the heirs preferred to receive a specific field as his share of the inheritance, since that field borders his other property. Rav Yosef ruled that the other heirs are entitled to refuse his request.6) [line 6] EIN HA'BA'AL YORESH ES ISHTO BA'KEVER - the husband does not inherit his wife when she is in her grave. Although a husband is entitled to inherit his wife's property upon her death, he does not inherit property that comes to her after her death. This means that if -- after the death of the wife -- one of her relatives dies and leaves her an inheritance, the husband does not inherit that property. The husband inherits only the property that is in the wife's possession at the time of her death.