Saturday, August 16, 2008

Occupational Hazards


One who borrows an item for a specific task is exempt from liability for damage which occurs in the normal use of that item - even if that damage is unusual.

For example: If one borrows a cat to eliminate mice, and the mice eat the cat, the borrower is exempt from liability.

(Code of Jewish Law Choshen Mishpat 340:3)

Have a great day,

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