Mechusar Kippurim / Mechusar Kapparah - People Missing Offerings to Complete Purification

Who is a Mechusar Kapparah?
The classic list of four people who are Mechusar Kapparah: Zav and Zavah, Yoledet and Metzora: Keritot 8b
Considering a Nazirite to be mechusar kapparah until he brings his completion offerings, and specifically his Chatat offering: Keritot 8b
Is a convert considered to be mechusar kapparah until he undergoes zerikat hadam: Keritot 2b, 8b
A debate as to whether there are four or five, or even six, cases of Mechusar Kapparah: Keritot 2b, 8b
Do we consider the mechusar kapparah's multiple offerings, incurred in the course of multiple events, to be like other obligatory offerings, such that he must bring all sets of offerings in order to end his state, or do we consider them like immersions, such that a single set of offerings will suffice to end his state: Keritot 8a-b


Laws of a Mechusar Kapparah
Is a mechusar kapparah considered to possess the same level of impurity as he possessed before his statutory period of impurity elapsed, even though all that remains is for him to bring korbanot: Zevachim 17b
Performing services in the Beit haMikdash
Whether a mechusar kapparah may perform the service of the parah adumah: Zevachim 17b
Whether a mechusar kapparah is allowed to eat Terumah: Pesachim 18b; Zevachim 17a
Whether a mechusar kapparah is allowed to eat Kodashim: Keritot 10a
Whether a mechusar kappparah's contact disqualifies korbanot: Pesachim 18b
For a non-Kohen to bring the korbanot of a person lacking offerings for purification: Shabbat 132a
For an onein to bring the korbanot of a person lacking offerings for purification: Shabbat 132a
Bringing his korbanot on Shabbat: Shabbat 132a
Bringing his korbanot at night: Shabbat 132a
Entering the Temple: Makkot 8b
Whether a person must know with certainty that he is obligated to bring a chatat offering for purification, in order to be able to bring the korban: Keritot 7b
Bringing an offering which one might not be obligated to bring, because otherwise one would remain unable to consume sacred items: Rashi Keritot 8a "Ein hash'ar alav chovah"
Do two people bring a joint chatat for purification if they know one of them needs it, but they are not sure which: Keritot 23a
Bringing a chatat ha'of even if Yom Kippur passed between the time when one may have incurred liability, and now, if the korban is brought to permit the owner to eat korbanot rather than to atone: Keritot 25a


Beyond the Laws