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Is she employed by you or do you contract her services out please?
So there is nothing in writing whatsoever as to the terms?
She is not there entitled to deduct any monies.
This is because unless there was any agreement oral or written to say that she can deduct monies, then she can not.
If there is any dispute then she would have to raise this as a County Court claim.
Therefore unless she has authorisation she can not deduct anything.
If she does, this wont be fraud, it would be breach of contract and would need to pursue her through the County Court.
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