Rabbinical court

Jewish Business Club "SOLOMON.help" offers an alternative dispute resolution - authoritative rabbinical court


At all times, business people in the course of doing business have arisen and arise disputes. Their reasons may be untimely return of debts, unfulfilled or unfulfilled obligations, financial conflicts, problems with contractors, investors, creditors, after all, just a misunderstanding of the parties.

In modern conditions, it is customary for them to appeal to the courts, but this is only one of the ways to solve the problem, since after mutual judicial litigation people find it difficult to maintain good relations and cooperate. Moreover, often the conflict participants are unwilling or unable to bring it into public space, but cannot find constructive solutions to the problem and use unreasonable negotiating methods or pressure that aggravate the conflict.

The Jewish Business Club SOLOMON.help offers an alternative dispute resolution option - a reputable rabbinical court.


The institute of a rabbinical court has existed since time immemorial. Even after the Jewish people lost political independence, the legitimacy of rabbinical courts in the communities was confirmed by the Justinian Code and the relevant decrees of European monarchs, beginning in the Middle Ages. The rabbinical court relies on Jewish law. Until the 19th century, it almost completely regulated the life of communities, including criminal law.

At present, rabbinical courts are reviving as arbitration courts and have proven their effectiveness in business, as a tool for constructive resolution of business and debt disputes.

The authority of respected rabbis and the centuries-old wisdom of the Torah make it possible to reach a fair solution by mutual agreement, following the centuries-old laws of a rabbinical court.

Rabbinical courts do not contradict Russian legislation. In accordance with the Federal Law of 27.07.2010 N 193-FZ "On the alternative dispute resolution procedure involving a mediator (mediation procedure)" a rabbi can act as a mediator for resolving civil disputes using his own life experience, knowledge, a set of religious rules. The decision made by the mediator has no legal force, therefore, does not conflict with the current legislation.

To fulfill or not to carry out the decision of the rabbinical court is a matter of conscience of each participant in the dispute. However, the fact that a person applied to a rabbinical court testifies to the high level of his awareness and confidence in the authoritative opinion of the judges. Addressing the court of a respected rabbi, both sides admit their readiness to make a decision based on traditional Jewish laws and the individual wisdom of a respected rabbi.

Berl lazar
Berl lazar
Chief Rabbi of Russia
Alexander Boroda
Alexander Boroda
President of the Jewish business club SOLOMON.help
  1. Application submission
  2. Consideration of the application by the court
  3. Pre-trial preparation
  4. Judicial sitting
  5. The decision of the rabbinical court
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