Bava Kamma 2 - Four Categories of Damages
Bava Kamma 3 - All Damages Are Not Equal
Bava Kamma 4 - How to Translate Mav'eh?
Bava Kamma 5 - Can Ox and Man Teach About Fire?
Bava Kamma 6 - Other Damages Include...
Bava Kamma 7 - Whose Best Land?
Bava Kamma 8 - His Best Land or World's Best Land?
Bava Kamma 9 - Paying for Damages with Movable Items
Bava Kamma 10 - An Animal Falls into the Pit
Bava Kamma 11 - The Value of a Carcass
Bava Kamma 12 - Are Slaves Like Land?
Bava Kamma 13 - Whose Ox Did the Damage?
Bava Kamma 14 - Who Can Judge?
Bava Kamma 15 - Do Normal Oxen Gore?
Bava Kamma 16 - Usual and Unusual Damagers
Bava Kamma 17 - Innocent and Established Damagers
Bava Kamma 18 - Breaking a Broken Utensil
Bava Kamma 19 - Animals
Bava Kamma 20 - "Tooth" damages
Bava Kamma 21 - This One Benefits, The Other One Does not Lose
Bava Kamma 22 - Dog or Kid Jump From a Roof
Bava Kamma 23 - Fire Damages
Bava Kamma 24 - From Warned Back To Innocent
Bava Kamma 25 - Ox on the Premises of Damaged Party
Bava Kamma 26 - A Man Is Always Warned for Damages
Bava Kamma 27 - Liability of Two People Killing a Child
Bava Kamma 28 - Can a Man Take Law into his own Hands?
Bava Kamma 29 - Responsibility for One's Objects
Bava Kamma 30 - Pouring Water out in the Street
Bava Kamma 31 - Potter Stumbled and Fell
Bava Kamma 32 - Running Before Shabbat
Bava Kamma 33 - Damages in Fighting
Bava Kamma 34 - Half The Loss
Bava Kamma 35 - Oxen in Hot Pursuit
Bava Kamma 36 - One Innocent Ox Gores Many
Bava Kamma 37 - At Times, Innocent, at Other Times, Malicious
Bava Kamma 38 - The Ox of One's Fellow
Bava Kamma 39 - Deaf-Mute, Deranged, and Minor Who Damage
Bava Kamma 40 - Borrowing a Goring Ox By Mistake
Bava Kamma 41 - An Ox Kills a Man
Bava Kamma 42 - Can't Benefit From This Ox
Bava Kamma 43 - Damages Collected After Death
Bava Kamma 44 - An Ox That Did Not Mean To Kill
Bava Kamma 45 - Custodian Is Responsible for Damages as the Owner
Bava Kamma 46 - Money In Doubt
Bava Kamma 47 - Someone's Things in My Courtyard
Bava Kamma 48 - An Ox Falls into a Cistern and Kills Someone
Bava Kamma 49 - Damages to a Pregnant Woman
Bava Kamma 50 - Donkey Falls Into a Pit
Bava Kamma 51 - A Pit of Two Partners
Bava Kamma 52 - A Pit that is Open
Bava Kamma 53 - A Man and An Ox Together Push another Ox into a Pit
Bava Kamma 54 - All Animals are Equal in Front of the Law
Bava Kamma 55 - Guard Your Animal
Bava Kamma 56 - Not Liable in Court but Liable in Heaven
Bava Kamma 57 - Caring for the Lost Object, Too Much Responsibility?
Bava Kamma 58 - An Animal That Fell into a Garden
Bava Kamma 59 - Wearing Black Shoes in the Marketplace
Bava Kamma 60 - The Owner of Fire Will Repay
Bava Kamma 61 - Distance For Fire, Hidden Utensils
Bava Kamma 62 - Fire Accidents
Bava Kamma 63 - Twofold, Fourfold, or Fivefold Payment for Stealing
Bava Kamma 64 - To Pay or Not To Pay Twofold?
Bava Kamma 65 - How Much is the Thief to Pay?
Bava Kamma 66 - The Thief Acquires the Stolen Article
Bava Kamma 67 - A Change in Name is a Change Indeed
Bava Kamma 68 - The Owner Dispaired
Bava Kamma 69 - Complete Ownership Required
Bava Kamma 70 - Where "One is Subject Only to the Greater Penalty" Rule Doesn't Apply
Bava Kamma 71 - A Son and his Mother Who is a Harlot
Bava Kamma 72 - When one steals an ox
Bava Kamma 73 - How far back are lawless witnesses disqualified?
Bava Kamma 74 - False Witnesses Are Executed
Bava Kamma 75 - No Payment for Slaughtering a Stolen Animal on the Sabbath
Bava Kamma 76 - A Thief Who Dedicated the Stolen Animal to the Temple
Bava Kamma 77 - Anything that Can Be Redeemed is as if it Was Redeemed
Bava Kamma 78 - A Thief Who Doesn't Pay Fourfold
Bava Kamma 79 - A Thief Asked Someone to Sell the Stolen Animal
Bava Kamma 80 - Settlement of the Land of Israel
Bava Kamma 81 - Orderly and Amicable Settlement of the Land of Israel
Bava Kamma 82 - Ezra Leading Jews back to the Land of Israel
Bava Kamma 83 - Aspects of The Injury
Bava Kamma 84 - An Eye for an Eye Means Monetary Payment
Bava Kamma 85 - Payments for Pain and for Loss of Employment
Bava Kamma 86 - Damages for Temporary Wound and Humiliation
Bava Kamma 87 - One Who is Obligated and Does Observe the Laws
Bava Kamma 88 - Payment for the Humiliation of a Canaanite Slave
Bava Kamma 89 - Trading in One's Ketubah
Bava Kamma 90 - $$$ Amounts Paid for Humiliation
Bava Kamma 91 - Assessment of Weapons
Bava Kamma 92 - Assailant Must Ask Forgiveness from his Victim
Bava Kamma 93 - Invitation to Do Damage
Bava Kamma 94 - Repentant Robbers and Bankers
Bava Kamma 95 - One Stole a Pregnant Cow, and it Gave Birth
Bava Kamma 96 - A Thief Keeps Stolen Bread Through Passover
Bava Kamma 97 - Seizing the Slave and Making Him Work
Bava Kamma 98 - Does Burning the Mortgage Cancel the Loan?
Bava Kamma 99 - Craftsmen are Responsible for their Work
Bava Kamma 100 -Dyer Ruins the Wool
Bava Kamma 101 - Thief Steals the Wool, Dyes It, and Returns It
Bava Kamma 104 - A Robber and Perjurer Repents and Seeks to Repay
Bava Kama 105 - Thief Returns Even Minor Stolen Items
Bava Kamma 106 - One Who Swore Falsely May Not Have to Pay
Bava Kamma 107 - People Are Not Brazen to Deny Loans Given to Them
Bava Kamma 109 - Son Robs His Father and Swears that He Didn't
Bava Kamma 110 - One Who Robs a Convert Pays to the Priests
Bava Kamma 111 - Stealing for One's Children
Bava Kamma 112 - Defendant Needs to be Summoned and Present in Court
Bava Kamma 113 - Not Taking Charity from Stolen Money
Bava Kamma 114 - Objects That The Owners Despaired to Retrieve
Bava Kamma 115 - One Sees His Utensils and Books in the Possession of Another
Bava Kamma 116 - Saving Your Friend's Honey by Loosing Your Wine
Bava Kamma 117 - Extortionists Take A Field Away from the Robber
Bava Kamma 118 - Thief Returns Stolen Object and Tells the Owner
Bava Kamma 119 - Stealing is a Serious Matter