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The Halachic concept that one is bound to follow the laws of the country they live in. Literally translates to: "The law of the kingdom is the law."

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I heard quoted from several poskim, one of whom was R' Moshe Heinemann (I don't remember who the other was) that even according to the opinions that Dina D'Malchusa applies beyond property and monetar …
answered May 19 '14 by Y     e     z
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R' Shlomo Zalman Aurbach, in Maadanei Aretz ch. 18, writes that Halacha trumps Dina D'Malchusa Dina. For example, if A took B to secular court and won, B would have to pay A as a result of Dina D'Mal …
answered Dec 15 '14 by Y     e     z
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(All translations are my own) Shulchan Aruch C.M. 73:14 (discussing the selling of collateral after the time of collection of a loan has passed - see :12) יש מי שאומר שאע"פ שעבר זמן ההלואה צריך ל …
answered May 21 '15 by Y     e     z
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The Chazon Ish writes in חושן משפט ליקוטים סימן ט"ז אות ט: והנה כתבו ראשונים ז"ל שאין גזלנותא דמלכותא דין, דמלחמה הותרה לו לפעמים אבל גזלנותא במדינתו לא הותרה, והלכך חק שהוא עושה הוא בכלל דינין וג …
answered Mar 4 '16 by Y     e     z