During Pesah one may neither eat, or have in one’s possession or benefit from any food or drink which comes under the category of Hametz. This includes anything made from, or which has been contaminated by, wheat, barley, oats, rye, spelt or flour which has been made from them.
A person who has Hametz left over and who does not wish to (or cannot) dispose of it before Pesah should ensure that its ownership is transferred to a non-Jew (who is, of course, not subject to the laws of Pesah) according to a procedure laid down in Jewish Law. All Hametz to be sold is locked away and the Sephardi Beth Din is authorised to arrange the sale.
It is preferable that the arrangement for the sale of Hametz be made personally with the Rabbi, but if this is impossible, the form below may be used until Thursday 10pm on Thursday 21st April 2016.