The Book of Justice
About the Book
The Book of Justice is the 13th book in the “Mishne Torah”, it deals with financial relationships between people that begin well but end badly.
Of those are relationships of keeping an eye on the property of others, loaning or leasing, Giving a loan to someone needy which might progress to exploitation, or giving a loan that will not be able to be returned, or lying about the returned sum wether entirly or in part. Divisions of enharetence which may lead to conflict between enhareters and other various examples.
Structure of the Book:
What is the fate of the violator of a contract? What are the employers pbligations? Can a worker leave in the middle of his job? At point point does it become withholding wages?
Example Pages From the Book
Books From This Category:
The Book of Torts
The book deals with the the rules of torts in Jewish law, and with the responsibility of people over there bodies and possessions.
The Book of Acquisitions
The book deals with the ways of acquisition in Jewish law, collection of property and communication with neighbors.
The Book of Judges
The book deals with the entirety of the peoples life, the Sanhedrin and kingship.