Chapter Fourteen Al HaShulchan page 38-39
2. If one borrowed a tallit in order to give the Priestly Blessing or to go up the the Reading of the Sefer Torah ('Law') one does not recite the blessing over the tallit. However, if one borrowed a tallit in order to fulfill the Mitzvah of zizit, one may recite the blessing as probably one's friend gave it not as a loan, but rather as a matana al menat le'hahazir (a present given with the stipulation that it should be returned later) so that the borrower can thereby fulfill his duty. It is nevertheless correct, whenever possible, to avoid borrowing a tallit (Ben Ish Chai ibid. 5)
Note from us: Please consult your own rabbi to find out what to do - these are for learning purposes only.
As quoted from:
Shulchan HaMelech, a Kitzur Shulchan Aruch in 3 volumes as compiled by Maharan HaRav Shmuel Laniado z'al, 1923 with the supplement "Al HaShulchan" containing various opinions compiled by Ezra Basri, Chief Justice of the District Court, Jerusalem in 1992.
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