The General Construction of the Succah

Who may build the Succah: Succah 8b; Menachot 42a

A Succah for which an animal finishes the construction: Succah 8b; Menachot 42a

Requiring that the Succah be built via an act of construction ("Taaseh") and not by retroactive validation of prior construction, via a peripheral act of alteration: Succah 11b, 12a, 15a, 33a

Using stolen materials: Succah 9a

What if the Succah was constructed more than thirty days before the Holiday: Succah 9a

Making a Succah on the Intermediate Days of the Holiday: Succah 9a, 27b

Whether the Succah is supposed to be temporary, or permanent: Succah 2a-b, 3b, 7b, 21b [2x], 23a

The validity of a Succah which cannot stand in an ordinary wind, in various locales: Sucah 23a, 24a, 24b-25a

Where the Succah was built in Talmudic times: R. Succah 25b "Yichud"

A Succah in a tree: Succah 22b-23a

A Succah on a camel, wagon or boat: Succah 7b, 22b, 23a

A Succah within a Succah: Succah 8b

A Succah beneath a Succah: Succah 9b, 9b-10a, 10b

A Succah beneath a tree or house: Succah 9b

Building a Succah by hollowing out a haystack: Succah 12a-b, 15a, 16a

Edict against building a Succah in a way which could lead to permanent Succot being used: Succah 12a-b

The minimum size of a section of ceiling which must be removed from a house and replaced, in building a Succah inside the house: Succah 4a-b, 14b, 18a

Building a Succah by covering pavillions of varying types: Succah 18a-19a; Eruvin 93a, 95a

Using the material of the Succah for other benefit, during the holiday of Succot: Succah 9a

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