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I regularly daven in a Minyan with exactly 10 people, and I had a few questions:

 

1. Is there a need for six people to be holding with the minyan at the time of Borchu?

No. See here:

At which point must the Chazzan wait for at least six to be with the Minyan before continuing?

 

2. To start Chazoras Hashatz, you need to wait for 9 people. Many times we have six people davening with the Minyan and a few that are behind. Do we have to wait for ALL of them to be done Shmone Esreh, – No. or is it enough that they aren’t davening Shmone Esreh, but they are still in the middle of Pesukei D’zimrah – Ok. or Birchos Krias Shema? – Not OK.

 

3. Even if there are nine people able to answer, but one is negligent and doesn’t answer a specific Brocha, is my Brocha a Brocha Lvatala?

It’s almost a Brocha Lvatala.

 

4. Do I need to wait for 9 people, or 6 people or none of the above to say Kaddish Tiskabel after Maariv?

5 people. Six with the Chazan. See here:

תשעה בחדר, שישה התפללו שמו”ע ביחד, אחרי ש[רובם] גמרו שמו”ע נכנס העשירי. אז אחד שעדיין לא התפלל חזר התפילה בקול. האם מותר לו לומר קדיש תתקבל? אם זה משנה- ב”חזרת בש”ץ” לא היו תשעה עונים?

 

5. If I started davening Maariv Shmoneh Esreh, or similarly Chazoras Hashatz by Shachris and Mincha with 6 people davening, and some left in middle, I know that the Halocho is to continue Shmone Esreh/Kaddish even with no Minyan… Is there a difference if the person/people that left are from the six that davened or not?

No difference.

 

 

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