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A bosis with both Muktzeh and non-Muktzeh
==A bosis with both Muktzeh and non-Muktzeh==
# A vessel which has on it both a [[muktzeh]] item and a non-[[muktzeh]] item is non-[[muktzeh]] if the non-[[muktzeh]] item is more impotant than the [[muktzeh]] item, however, if the [[muktzeh]] item is more important, then the vessel is [[muktzeh]]. <ref> The Shulchan Aruch 310:8 writes that an object which has on it both a mutkzah item and a non-[[Muktzeh]] item is permissible to move if the non-[[Muktzeh]] item is more important (חשוב). </ref> If they are both equal some poskim hold that it isn't a bosis.<ref>Chazon Ovadia v. 3 p. 131 writes that the Chaye Adam 67:8 holds it is forbidden if both are of equal importance against the Aruch Hashulchan 310:15 who is lenient. He sides with those who are lenient because of the Ran Shabbat 47a and Hagahot Maimoniyot 26:7 who imply it is permitted. </ref>
# What is considered more important depends on the owner. <ref> Mishna Brurah 310:33 writes that it only depends on the intent of the owner and not the general convention of most people. </ref>
# Generally the more valuable item is the one which is considered more important. However, many opinions hold that if an non-[[muktzah]] object is needed for that [[Shabbat]] it is considered more important. <ref>
Halachos of [[Muktzah]] (by Rabbi Bodner, pg 309, answers of Rav Moshe Feinstein #31, to see it inside [ click here]) writes that if a siddur and money are on a vessel the siddur is considered more important, and so too if one has glasses which one needs immediately and a lot of money, the glasses are more important unless one has other glasses in which case the money is more important. Lastly if a loaf of [[challah]] and money are on a vessel the [[challah]] is more important since you’re going to need it on [[Shabbat]]. This is also the opinion of the Shemirat [[Shabbat]] KeHilchata 20:61 in name of Rav Shlomo Zalman that anything which is needed for that [[Shabbat]] such as [[challah]] or something else of value. [See also Chaye Adam ([[Shabbat]] 66:4) and Magen Avraham 279:5 who seem to hold of this.] </ref>

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