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“When would there be a case of partial admission?” asked Mr. Gold.
“Only if the defendant admits owing but is not in position to pay immediately,” said Rabbi Dayan. “Then the litigation relates to the entire amount, to which he admits partially.” (See Shach 87:3.)
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