Equating a "She'at haDechak [pressure situation]" with a "BeDi'eved [ex post facto]" situation
Please note that I am not looking to include situations of Dechak or BeDi'eved here; I am looking to explore the principle behind equating the two.
Verses in Tanach
Talmud / Midrash and commentaries
Yevamot 37a [deLo Efshar]
Tosafot Eruvin 6a-b "veSafek"
Tosafot Ketuvot 21b "HaAmar"
Tosafot Niddah 6b "beShe'at haDechak"
Mordechai Gittin 421
Post Talmud / Midrash, Pre-Rishonim
Mishneh Torah and commentaries
Rishonim [Pre-"Code of Jewish Law"]
Tur, Shulchan Aruch ["Code of Jewish Law"] and Commentaries
Beit Yosef Orach Chaim 58 "Mi"
Rama Even haEzer 156:4
Rama Yoreh Deah 201:40
Beit Shemuel Even haEzer 62:4
Acharonim [Post-"Code of Jewish Law"]
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