Gefunden 24 Ergebnisse für: redemption

  • You will allow a right of redemption over any ancestral property. (Leviticus 25, 24)

  • The man who has no one to exercise this right may, once he has found the means to effect the redemption, (Leviticus 25, 26)

  • "If anyone sells a dwelling house inside a walled town, he will have the right of redemption until the expiry of the year following the sale. His right of redemption is limited to the year; (Leviticus 25, 29)

  • and if the redemption has not been effected by the end of the year, the house in the walled town will become the property of the purchaser and his descendants in perpetuity; he need not vacate it at the jubilee. (Leviticus 25, 30)

  • But houses in villages not enclosed by walls will be considered as situated in the open country; they carry the right of redemption, and the purchaser will vacate them at the jubilee. (Leviticus 25, 31)

  • "As regards the towns of the Levites, town houses forming part of their ancestral property will carry a perpetual right of redemption in their favour. (Leviticus 25, 32)

  • If a Levite is the one to be affected by the right of redemption, at the jubilee he will vacate the purchased property and return to his own home, to the town in which he has a title to property. The houses in the Levites' towns represent their ancestral property in Israel, (Leviticus 25, 33)

  • he will enjoy the right of redemption after being sold, and one of his brothers may redeem him. (Leviticus 25, 48)

  • If there are still many years to run, in proportion to their number he will refund part of his sale-price as payment for his redemption. (Leviticus 25, 51)

  • And if there are only a few years still to run before the jubilee year, he will calculate with him what should be refunded for his redemption, in proportion to their number, (Leviticus 25, 52)

  • If he does not redeem it but sells it to someone else, the right of redemption ceases; (Leviticus 27, 20)

  • there will be no examining whether it is good or bad, and no substitution. If substitution takes place, the animal and its substitute will both become holy without possibility of redemption." ' (Leviticus 27, 33)

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