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Does a rented suit need to be "shatnez checked"?

  

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Rabbi Yrachmiel Tilles: Shalom-Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment. You can start typing your question if you like.

Barbi: does a rented suit for a wedding need to be tested for Shatnez?

Rabbi Yrachmiel Tilles: You can't wear shatnez whether it is yours, borrowed or rented.

Barbi: Thank you for your help.

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Shatnez
A garment which contains both wool and linen. A Jewish person is forbidden to don a Shatnez garment.