Enclosed Gardens and Plazas [Karfeif]

Status of a garden or enclosed plaza: Eruvin 23a-26a
Maximum allowable area of a garden or enclosed plaza: Eruvin 23a-26a, 67b
Differentiating between an enclosed plaza which is meant for people to live there ["Hukaf leDirah"], and one which is for other uses: Eruvin 18a, 23a-26a, 67b, 99b-100a
What to do in order to permit transportation in a space which had not been meant for people to live there ["Hukaf leDirah"], was fenced in, and then had a dwelling built into it: Eruvin 24a, 25b-26a
Whether a wall is considered to have been built to an enclose a certain Area A for dwelling [Hukaf leDirah], if the wall was built to enclose a certain dwelling Area B, bordering this Area A: Eruvin 25b-26a
Status of a set of adjacent plazas: Eruvin 35a, 89a, 90b-91a, 93a
Status of an enclosed plaza which was enclosed for the purpose of living in the enclosed plaza, and then became flooded: Eruvin 24a-b
Shrinking the area of an enclosed plaza by planting trees in it, or building a raised area in it: Eruvin 25a
How we know the maximum allowable area of a garden or enclosed plaza: Eruvin 23b, 26a
Status of an enclosed plaza which is too large, if the part which is beyond the maximum area is covered with a roof: Eruvin 25a-b
Status of an enclosed plaza which has a gap in one of its walls, leading into a private yard: Eruvin 25b
Status of an enclosed plaza which has an open side, leading into a private yard: Eruvin 25b
An area in which the majority of the area has seeds planted in it: Eruvin 23b-24a
An area in which the majority of the area has trees planted in it: Eruvin 23b-24a
Ratio of length to width of a space which is not meant for people to live within: Eruvin 23a, 23b
Status of a walled-in yard, where the wall is built for the protection/function of the External area [Dirah SheTashmishah laAvir]: Eruvin 15a, 22a; Succah 25a

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