Sue them for failing to enforce provisions that you say do not exist? You are joking, right?
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I think ultimatly its your employer who refused to let you work. How much is a day's pay? Is it worth the filing fees and service or process fees and the time necessary for you to go to court? No lawyer will take the case as its too small.
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