Commending their words and agreeing with their opinion

Commending their words and agreeing with their opinion:[1]

One may not arbitrate like his parents’ opinion in their presence, such as to say, “My father’s opinion seems correct.” [However, one may do so when not in front of his parents.[2] Likewise, one may bring proofs to their opinion.[3]]


[1] Michaber 240:2; Rambam Mamrim 6:3; Rambam Hilchos Talmud Torah 5:6 [regarding Rebbe]; Ramah, brought in Tur 240; Kiddushin 31b; Taz 240:3; See Encyclopedia Talmudit Erech Morah Av Vaeim Vol. 42 pp. 594

[2] Taz 240:3; Implication of Michaber ibid; Levush 240; Chayeh Adam 67:8; See Shach 252:1; C.M. 292:4

[3] Taz 240:3; Tur ibid; Encyclopedia Talmudit ibid footnote 334

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