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Chapter 89:6
A Base for a Mukteh Item

6. One can only cause one's own object to become a base for a muktzeh item. However, if a person placed a muktzeh item on an object belonging to someone else, the object is not considered a base, because a person cannot cause an article that does not belong to him to become forbidden, unless his actions are done with the approval of its owner (1).

FOOTNOTES:

(1) If your placing of the muktzeh object onto someone else's object is of benefit to that person, then his object does become a base (See Mishna Berura 309:27).

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