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Halacha - ketuba
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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If it would not say that one is a "besula" in the kesuba it would be immediately noticed by many of the guests. The common solution to avoid embarrassment is to have 2 kesubos. A standard one which is read at the chuppa but is not legally valid, and a second accurate one which is given in private. Speak to the Rabbi officiating and he will make the necessary arrangements.

posted:2009-03-04 01:19:28

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