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Now by biblical law, there are certain things that are clearly public domains. There are also areas that are sort of questionable (called a "karmelit" (like the ocean or an open field) Specifically they have to be of a certain size, not have a roof, and have a large number of people moving through them each day. A clear example of a private domain would be your house. But what about your front yard, if it isn't enclosed? Or open spaces on a college campus?

Sorry, majorly misleading here b/c I went back to add the bit on karmelit. A public domain is "of a certain size, not have a roof, and have a large number of people moving through them each day." A karmelit is not.

-silencer
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