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Halacha - kadish/no chiyuv
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

The basic Kaddishes recited after Yishtabach, Tachanun and U'Va L'Tzion are recited by the Chazan under all circumstances. Kaddish Yasum, such as after Aleinu, and Kaddish D'Rabannan may and should be recited as well even if no mourner is present, but the custom is that one who's both parents are still alive does not say these Kaddishes.

posted:2008-09-01 10:12:21

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