A person’s animals and his possessions may go wherever their owner is permitted to go. If one hands his animal over to his son or to a shepherd, they continue to be limited by where the owner is permitted to go. Utensils that are for individual use by one brother in a household (such as his clothes) are limited by where that person is permitted to go; those utensils that are for everybody’s use may only be taken wherever all of them are permitted to go.
If a person borrows a utensil before yom tov, it may go wherever the borrower is permitted to go. If he borrowed it on yom tov, it may go wherever its owner is permitted to go. If a woman borrowed spices, water and salt to make dough, they may only be taken where both of them may go. Rabbi Yehuda says that this is not the rule with water because it is insubstantial.