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# Some say that a school requires a mezuzah just as a store does.<ref>Yalkut Yosef YD 285:38</ref>
# An elevator is obligated in a mezuzah from the elevator shaft to the building.<ref>Lehorot Natan 3:72 writes that there should be a mezuzah from the elevator to the building. He writes that it is like a foyer (bet shaar) that leads to a house. Additionally he adds that according to Rabbi Akiva Eiger 286:13 even if it doesn't require a mezuzah itself it needs a mezuzah since it opens to a room that requires a mezuzah.</ref>
===Summer House===
# There is an obligation to put up a mezuzah on a summer home or any home that is lived in even for part of the year. <ref>Yoma 11a, Shitah Mikubeset b”m 102, [ Rav Hershel Schachter in “The Laws of Mezuzah” (min 0-2)]</ref>
===Doorways to Courtyards and Cities===
# The doorway to a courtyard or city is obligated in having a mezuzah on the right side as one enters. <ref>Yoma 12a, Shulchan Aruch YD 286:1, Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 11:2-3</ref> In a city that has some non-Jews the city gate does not need a mezuzah.<ref>Yoma 11a. Rama YD 286:1 quoting the Aguda that even if some non-Jews live in the city they are exempt from mezuzah on the city gate. The Taz 286:3 explains that the exemption is based on a danger.</ref>

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