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Halacha - Glass gift
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: If you mean that you received the glass as a gift; yes, you must toivel it. If it is "your" company and you are the giver; there is no need to toivel them even before giving them to Jewish employees. If fact, if one toivels a gift before he gives it, there opinions in the Poskim that it does not work and the recipient must re-toivel the object.
posted:2011-04-17 13:37:30

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