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You mean, business owner is in breach?
I assume the business is in breach and if that's the case, you may choose to sue accordingly
What I can do is advise you to write a formal letter to them and make your demand clear. If they are not compliant with your demands, you may have to write another letter threatening them with breach of contract. You can either draft the letters yourself or hire a local lawyer to do it on your behalf.
In case this goes to court, you may sue in small claims court if the amount is under 10k. For the most part, there is actually no minimum you can sue someone for. The limit for the 50 states is usually up to 10,000. Only a handful of states allow for more than that.
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Yes, you may
I am sorry about that
You are entitled to receive your tips and if they refuse you may threaten them with a lawsuit
Exactly, they cannot take your tips at all
This depends on how experienced the lawyer you hire is
I see your point
Yes, this evidence is good enough
You may name any number and the judge will decide what's reasonable