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Halacha - Hashavas Aveida Katan?
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

Since Chazal enacted that the father acquires any object that his children find if it may be kept, the father is also obligated to facilitate the return of an object that needs to be returned. Even though the obligation is the father's, he may teach the child by allowing the child to take care of the arrangements for publicizing and returning the object, provided that the father supervise that the child does everything according to Halacha.

posted:2008-06-05 23:54:54

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