Ee Avid (Lo) Mehani - The Legal Validity of an Act Which is Performed in a Forbidden Manner

The general question as to a forbidden act's validity: Temurah 4b-6b

A rapist's ability to divorce the woman he is forced to marry: Temurah 4b-5a

Separating Terumah from poor quality produce, for produce which is of a better quality: Temurah 5a

Separating Terumah from one type of produce for another: Temurah 5a

Redeeming property which has been consecrated as a donation for Kohanim: Temurah 5a-b

Attempting to transfer the sanctity of a first-born animal to another animal: Temurah 5b

Attempting to transfer the sanctity of an animal selected for the animal-tithe to another animal: Temurah 5b

Attempting to separate the tithes before separating the first fruits: Temurah 5b

A Head Kohen who attempts to marry a widow: Temurah 5b

Dedicating a blemished animal for an offering: Temurah 5b

Dedicating an unblemished animal, for use of its value, on redemption, to improve the Temple facilities: Pesachim 42a; Temurah 5b-6a

The effectiveness of improvement on a stolen object, to acquire the object for the thief [so that he need only return the original value, and not return the actual item]: Succah 30b; Temurah 6a, 6b

Taking a necessary item as collateral from a pauper: Temurah 6a

Harvesting all of one's field, without leaving anything for the corner which is to be left for paupers: Temurah 6a

Is a lender able to claim forbidden interest from a borrower, if the interest had been agreed upon from the start: Temurah 6a-b

Is a borrower able to claim paymern which appears to be interest from a lender: Temurah 6a-b

Is Shechitah performed on Shabbat valid: Ketuvot 33b-34a

Is Shechitah performed on Yom Kippur valid: Ketuvot 34a

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