Reb Zalman’s Hatarat Nedarim in English first appeared at Reb Dovid Seidenberg’s We are grateful to Reb Zalman. Hatarat Nedarim doc. The Release Of Vows an English version created by Reb Zalman. Almost everyone who is Jewish knows that Kol Nidre is about releasing . Hatarat Nedarim, absolution of vows, is a recommended preparation for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, the day of “turning over a new leaf.” One person.

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This Nussach is recited three times and contains all the above set of words and a particularization of the effect of the annulment. This applies even when pledging charity and the like. Who is to stand and who is to sit during Hataras Nedarim? However here in his Shulchan Aruch he suspects for his opinion. If one does not understand the paragraph being read should he read it in a different language?

This declaration is made in the presence of three people that serve as a Bet Din Rabbinical court. A person must personally appear before the judges in order to have his vow revoked and he cannot appoint an emissary to do so in his place.

This applies even if one made the vow over a Rabbinical prohibition. Customarily, however, a husband represents his wife when he stands before the Bet Din for Hatarat Nedarim.

At this moment I regret any of these and do not wish them to be valid.

Vetzaruch Iyun regarding reading it loud hatarxt for another three people to hear, if this is valid even with other women. Thus to nullify these vows we recite Hataras Nedarim.


Argument against their ruling: May more than one person at a time read the annulment?

However those vows that were sworn to him by another person [Al Daas Chaveiro] cannot be annulled [without permission [92] ]. If however he remembered the stipulation and disregarding it performed the Mitzvah without saying Bli Neder, the Mitzvah receives the status of a vow. However many are not particular in this and on the contrary they are zealous to be the first ones to release their vows.

It should be noted that even if one uttered a vow without remembering the stipulation made on Ereb Rosh Hashanah, in which case the vow technically is not binding, it is nevertheless customary to treat the vow as binding, and conduct Hatarat Nedarim.

If however the person does not regret making the vow to begin with and the judges must find a Pesach [i. One can earn annulment for these vows by informing the Bet Din that he cannot recall his vows. Traditionally, right hatarwt Rosh Hashanah one performs this simple ritual with three friends, each in turn becoming the petitioner, while the other three act as the beit dinthe judges in a court. Why does one have to annul previous batarat if he already nullified all of his future vows the previous Rosh Hashanah and by Kol Nidrei?

If he does not regret the vows initiation and simply regrets its continued validity then the annulment is invalid. One is not to be accustomed in making vows. Must one mention all the details of the vow: Letter of the law: This ritual helps a person enter the New Year with a clean slate — without any unfulfilled promises.


A husband may be an emissary to annul any vow of his wife if she appoints him to do so for her.

Hatarat Nedarim – Halachipedia

The reflective preparation for the ritual in italics below is mine. General laws of revoking vows This means that he regrets ever having made hataraf vow. The nullification is only valid for vows he made between him and himself.

This requirement is only Rabbinical. If, however, a person is aware of a certain vow or custom from which he wishes to absolve himself, then he must specify it when he makes the Hatarat Nedarim declaration.

Hataras Nedarim

May you be blessed with a good year, inscribed in the book of life and sealed for good. The reason for why one is not required to mention the vow, despite it being brought in Halacha, is because the entire reason for mentioning the vow is because the tribunal cannot annul a vow if legally it cannot be nedarkm and hence they must have knowledge of the vow in question.

Such vows hence remain intact even after performing Hataras Nedarim. One is through Charata and a second is through a Pesach.