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Halacha - ksuba
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer:

If an eid was truly passul than they must make a new chasuna. One certainly may not rely on the other guests, because many of them are related to the chassan or kallah or each other and would invalidate the entire kiddushin if they were counted as eidim.

However, the halachos of who is passul to be an eid are very complicated any any practical application should be asked to an experienced Dayan (which I am not) who is familiar with the particulars of the case.

posted:2008-04-15 13:05:44

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