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Taz Yoreh Deah 228:7 writes that the petitioner need not stand, but the Shach also writes the minhag is that he does stand. Rabbi Akiva Eiger (comments on Shulchan Aruch YD 228:1) quotes the Maharikash who argues that the petitioner must stand, however, after the fact he fulfilled his obligation if he said it sitting.</ref>
# The judges repeat "Muttar Lach," "Mufar Lach," or "Machul Lach" three times.<ref>Though, according to the Rambam, once is sufficient, the Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah 228:3 recommends three times to concretize the matter. Shach Yoreh Deah 228:6</ref>
===Hatarat Nedarim on Zoom===
# see [[Halachot_Related_to_Coronavirus#Hatarat_Nedarim_on_Zoom|Hatarat Nedarim on Zoom]]
=== Charatah and Petach ===
# The simplest means of annulling a Neder is through the sincere regret (Charatah) of the one who took the Neder (the Noder). If such Charatah exists, then the Beit Din may proceed and annul the Neder, but, if it does not, they must search for a different way out, a Petach. For example, one who takes a Neder not to benefit from someone who wronged him, can have it annulled with just Charatah if he discovers that the individual did not actually wrong him and therefore regrets the Neder. At the same time, if he does not regret the Neder but rather now seeks Hanaah from the individual for some other reason, he can not immediately have his Neder annulled. It must rather be scrutinized by a Beit Din until they find an alternative door out, a Petach.<ref>Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah 228:4</ref>

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