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Money Matters - Employer owes money
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Yehonoson Hool
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Answer: The correct procedure is to contact a Beis Din and request that they send him a summons to appear at a Din Torah. If he refuses to appear in Beis Din, the Beis Din will usually give permission to pursue the matter in court if the claim appears justified.
posted:2008-12-13 19:57:28

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