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Ki Tetse

24:1 When a man marries a woman or possesses her, if she is displeasing to him [or] if he has evidence of sexual misconduct on her part, he shall write her a bill of divorce and place it in her hand, thus releasing her from his household.
Ki-yikach ish ishah uve'alah vehayah im-lo timtsa-chen be'eynav ki-matsa vah ervat davar vechatav lah sefer kritut venatan beyadah veshilchah mibeyto.
24:2 When she thus leaves his household, she may go and marry another man.
Veyats'ah mibeyto vehalechah vehayetah le'ish-acher.


or possesses her
  For the purpose of marriage (Bachya).

or if he has evidence
  (Saadia; cf. Gittin 90a).

sexual misconduct...
  In which case he must divorce her. Or, 'immodesty' (Gittin 90b).

bill of divorce
  Get in Aramaic (Targum).

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