7 thoughts on “Still need to sell your chametz?

  1. The sale of chametz is a ridiculous “legal fiction”. How about investing about half an hour to go through the fridge and the cabinets and throwing out all the chametz? There’s still time. If someone is worried about throwing out a perfectly good piece of bread, I’ll send them the 99 cents to buy a new one.

  2. MoChassid, a shlichus can be done orally, written, or even just if you have it in kind, so there is no reason that you shouldn’t be able to do it online.

  3. If you can purchase something online or in a format/medium and it is legally accepted transaction then it counts as a kinyan.. and in response to Ami genius negative comment… the sale of chometz is not only for a simple piece of bread but also of chometz keilim, utensils that have absorbed minute traces f chometz… those have to be sole as well since chometz is the only thing in halcha that is not “buttel afilu bimashahu” even the slightest trace and you are liable…

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