The Material of a Bill of Divorce

Source requiring a written Bill: Succah 24b; Gittin 21b; Kiddushin 13b
Type of hide used: Shabbat 79a; Gittin 19a, 22a
Type of ink used: Shabbat 104b; Gittin 19a
Writing with the same type of ink which is used in preparing the writing-surface: Gittin 19a, 19b-20a
Using erased paper, immediately following erasure or a long time afterward: Gittin 22a-b
Writing it on an item which is connected to the ground: Gittin 3b, 4a, 9b, 21b
Where only the part with the specifics of this divorce was written while it was separate from the ground: Gittin 21b
Writing it on an item from which benefit is forbidden: Gittin 20a
Writing it on an item which is worth less than a "Perutah": Gittin 20a
Writing it on a live creature: Eruvin 15b [2x]; Succah 23a, 24b; Gittin 19a, 21b
Writing it on a person's hand: Gittin 20b
Writing it on food: Gittin 19a, 21b
Signing it while it is connected to the ground: Gittin 3b, 4a
Writing it on dirt in a pot without holes: Gittin 7b-8a
Writing it on a pot with holes in it: Gittin 21b-22a
Attempting to use a Torah Scroll as a Bill of Divorce: Gittin 19b-20a
Writing it by engraving or sculpting the letters: Gittin 20a-b
Embroidering the letters: Gittin 20a-b
The entire bill must be of one piece: Gittin 20b

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