I disagree with my summary dismissal
An employer may dismiss someone with immediate effect if he has an urgent reason to do so. For example, if the employee has stolen or committed fraud. The employment contract ends immediately and the employer no longer has to pay wages. Do you disagree with your summary dismissal? Then take immediate action and protest against this in writing to your employer. If that does not work, you can request the Subdistrict Court to reverse the dismissal within two months of your dismissal.