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In recent years, parallel systems are being developed alongside the Israeli Judicial System: mediation, arbitration, as well as Rabbinical Courts for Financial Disputes. The latter address legal issues according to Jewish Law, which in Hebrew is called “Din Torah” - the law of the Torah. These Rabbinical Courts operate under the Arbitration Law which enables two parties to select an arbitrator suitable to them, and the verdict’s execution can be enforced under this law.
The Din Torah site’s purpose is to gather information associated with Rabbinical Courts for Financial Disputes. The site contains useful information: A guide for individuals entering the Rabbinical Courts, information on such Courts operating in Israel and abroad, as well as various legal documents. In addition, the site contains professional information – articles and rulings – dealing with issues discussed in the Courts.
This site is another of the initiatives of the Mishpetei Eretz Institute – the Higher Institute for Halacha and Law, in Ofra (Israel).