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Across the globe, a growing number of social movements, such as demonstrations in support of equal civil status or reproductive freedom and against sexualized violence, show that women's and gender rights are highly contested. Against the backdrop of a long history of unequal rights implementation, the contributors to this volume deal with the ques...
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: 100-200 words] The history of the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands provides an opportunity to examine Japan's diplomatic interaction with foreign powers early in its modernization from a novel perspective. Testing Japan's foray into the international arena as well as the diplomatic skills of both Britain and America in dealing with a developing Asian na...
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The review provides an overview of the main conclusions and arguments given in the monograph by A. Ya. Ryzhenkov. The classification of the principles of family law and the mechanism of their implementation is highly appreciated. It is noted that the doctrinal principles of family law proposed by the author may be of interest to the legislator when...
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Across scholarship and legal practice, family law is widely recognised as a subject that is inextricable from the social and cultural forces that shape our understanding of how families work and how they are positioned within society. This paper argues that it is now time to build upon this by integrating an explicit awareness of political context...
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Therefore, according to the family laws of the Qur'an and Sunnah, if a marital matter comes to court, the first priority of the judge should be reconciliation between the spouses. If she is not ready for the husband, then the wife should make some transactions and persuade the husband to divorce. This is called khula. If none of these measures are...
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In the scientific article, the author conducted a scientific study of doctrinal sources devoted to the issue of the concept of methods of protection of family rights and interests, determining on this basis the legal nature of methods of protection of family rights and interests. In the family legal doctrine has developed several approaches to the...
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In the scientific article, the author conducted a scientific study of the place of judicial protection of family rights and interests in the system of forms of protection of relevant rights and interests. The author determined in the scientific article that the protection of family law or interest is the activity of the body, authorized to carry ou...
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Reconciliation in divorce proceedings has been introduced in family courts in dealing with application for divorce. This study focuses on the functions, the appointment of committees, and the procedures of reconciliation in Shariah courts and Civil courts to compare the practice of laws between Section 47(5) to (17) of the Islamic Family Law (State...
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International conference on the most important topics in family law
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The Law of Confidential and Privileged Communications straddles a strategic position in the general field of law. It overlaps Constitutional Law, Evidence, Family Law, Criminal Procedure, Legal Ethics, Official Secrets and Public Policy. The background and content of The Law is basically Common Law, except and to the extent that the Common Law has...
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Recognition of paternity is one of the most important means of proving paternity stipulated in article 40 of the Algerian Family law. But its application raises many practical problems, which revolve around its conditions, especially if the legal marriage is absent in the one who recognizes paternity. This article deals with the research on the con...
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This review article focuses on the inter-relationship between substance misuse, domestic abuse, and child maltreatment, especially in the context of care (child protection) proceedings. It reviews what is known about the prevalence and impact of co-occurring domestic abuse and substance misuse on adult and child victims, and the response of crimina...
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In the regime of sources of Italian law, the taxation of family income has undergone profound changes, in line with the 1975 family law reform, which marked the transition from the patriarchal family, based on the figure of the pater familias , to the nuclear family, composed of spouses and children. Also thanks to the intervention of the Constitut...
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In its judgment of 14 December 2021, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that in the case of a child who is a Union citizen and whose birth certificate, issued in the host Member State, designates as that child’s parents two persons of the same sex, the Member State of which that child is a national is obliged (i) to issue to that chil...
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The article deals with the general clause of public policy in Italian family law. It analyses the recent case-law application of both international and internal public policy in the Italian legal system. Nowadays, public policy is used for protecting and developing the fundamental rights of individuals in the EU space. However, the content of this...
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Due to the constant development of medicine and biotechnology, including the in vitro procedure, more and more infertile couples can fulfil their desire to have a child. Traditional rules of family law concerning the determination of status familiae of such children have then turned out to be insufficient. The situation is even more complicated whe...
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Polish family law is undergoing change. For some time now, there have been various initiatives for its possible revision. However, social needs are ahead of legislators’ actions. Today there are a number of legislative challenges facing the Polish legislator in the context of the metamorphosis of Polish family law. The author presents selected prob...
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The fixed and the varying provisions in the formation of the marriage contract in Algerian Family Law Abstract: The Algerian Legislature laid down the provisions of the Family Law on the basis that Islamic Shari 'a, as well as, the first building block for the establishment of society is the family, but in return to the large number of changes in...
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Purpose Domestic violence (DV) is a problem of global significance and remains a gendered issue that disproportionately affects women and children. Prevalence studies on women’s experiences of DV suggest that around 50% of victims identify as mothers. The effects of DV on mothers and children are well documented, raising implications for their prot...
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Contact with the child has for years been the subject of deliberations and discussions of entities interested in the welfare of the child, often caught up in the conflict between the parents. They concern, among others, the role of professional guardians/probation officers, whose presence during parent-child contact, according to the law, constitut...
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This paper reviews the most recent literature on experiments with different Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing techniques applied to predict judicial and administrative decisions. Among the most outstanding findings, we have that the most used data mining techniques are Support Vector Machine (SVM), K Nearest Neighbours...
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The article addresses the difficult and complicated issue of a legal assessment of neglect by an adult family member of a person vulnerable due to their age or state of health. The analysis carried out in the first part showed that the provisions of the Family and Guardianship Code are indispensable for a criminal law evaluation of such behaviour....
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This research is motivated by the increasing number of free wedding events (Rp.0) at KUA Bunut District, which is carried out by brides with low education and economic categories. This thesis is the result of field research at KUA Bunut District, Pelalawan Regency. The study was conducted to analyze the implementation and impact of the Minister of...
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When Poland regained independence in 1918, the different legal systems of the various partitioning states all remained in force on its territory. Drafts of uniform laws were to be drawn up by the Codification Commission established in 1919. One of its tasks was the preparation of a draft of the family and guardianship law. The sub-commission addres...
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Third International Congress on “Women in a Global World” will be organized in Istanbul and online on December 01-02-03, 2022 by Istanbul Topkapı University Research Center on Women Studies (TOPKAPI WOMEN). This hybrid congress is supported by International Business School (IBS), Universidade de Caxias do Sul (UCS), Escuela Interdisciplinar de Dere...
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This research is a case study on the thoughts of Sheikh Yusuf al-Makasari. This study aims to analyze the thoughts of Sheikh Yusuf al-Makasari about the application of Islamic law and its application through the judicial institutions of the Dutch East Indies colonial period. This study uses qualitative methods which include library research studies...
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In order to establish Family Courts in South Africa, the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development established a Family Court Task Team in 1997. During September 1998 a Family Court Pilot Project was launched by the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development to serve as test sites for possible nation-wide implementation. This p...
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At this time the implementation of Walimatul’urs has undergone a change or a shift that is almost out of the goal of the Walimatul’urs itself, it has become a common culture that what is called a wedding party or Walimatul’urs must be luxurious, starting from giving dowries and holding large parties and so on. This is what happened in the community...
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For a long time, legislation codified the unequal status of women in Austrian society in relation to men. Nevertheless, in the early 1970s, some blatantly discriminatory provisions based on the General Civil Code (1811) and the Criminal Code (1852) were still in force. Although Austria was one of the first European states to grant women universal s...
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Ghana has inherited colonial legislation that recognizes and regulates the consequences of Muslim family law (MFL). However, in practice, courts almost never recognize the normative existence of MFL and systematically dismiss the cases on procedural grounds without discussing their merits. What explains the judiciary’s attitudes toward Islamic law?...
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This article provides information on the introduction and development of laws regulating marriage and family relations in the RSFSR after the establishment of Soviet power in Uzbekistan, as well as on the unification (codification and unification) of all issues of family law after the Bukhara and Khorezm Soviet republics became part of the UzSS...
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Little knowledge exists on how evaluators in child custody and child maltreatment cases are informed by guidelines, the kinds of qualifications required and the types of training provided in different countries. The purpose of this paper is to provide an international preliminary comparison on how child custody and child maltreatment risk assessmen...
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The vast majority of women who experience physical intimate partner violence (IPV) will likely suffer a brain injury (BI) as a result of the abuse. Accurate screening of IPV–BI can ensure survivors have access to appropriate health care and other supports, but screening results may also impact them receiving fair and equitable treatment in the lega...
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Since the Republic of Kazakhstan gained independence, it developed market relations and established private property as the leading type of ownership. Such fundamental changes required corresponding changes in the system of law, including family law. However, such reforms often depend on the mindset, legal culture, and legal traditions that have de...
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Despite the fact that as an overall general practice, virtually all the Guardian / Family Courts across Pakistan, understand that the lack of association based upon love and affinity between the minor child and his Non-Custodial Parent/Grandparent will bring about antagonism between both the minor and the parent, and therefore consider a periodical...
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This research was motivated by the number of students who when in the village gathered with friends more fun playing social media than talking to each other or telling stories. The method used in this study is quantitative. The data analysis technique used is Pearson product-moment analysis processed with the SPSS program version 16.0 for windows....
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Family law in many countries has changed radically since the 1960s. However, despite family law’s central importance, few detailed quantitative analyses of the relationship between legal developments (landmark judgments and statutory changes) and the amount and subject of family litigation have been made. We examine this relationship using a unique...
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The demand for family mediation to adapt and change has risen sharply in the contemporary English and Welsh family justice system. This paper focuses on a crucial, yet overlooked, barrier to reform: the tensions felt within the family mediator profession. It first provides an important overview of the introduction of family mediation in the late tw...
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Objective When an infant is identified as having suffered or is at risk of suffering significant harm from parents or caregivers, section 31 care and supervision proceedings (s.31, Children Act 1989) may be issued. We examined the healthcare use of infants under one year old subject to these proceedings in Wales. ApproachA retrospective e-cohort st...
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Objectives Private law children cases are disputes, usually between parents after relationship breakdown, about arrangements for a child’s upbringing, such as where they should live and/or who they should see. To inform policy and practice, more information is needed about the families involved, including their characteristics, circumstances and vu...
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In Islam, nikāḥ (wedlock) is expected to last until one of the spouses dies. In a good marriage, both husband and wife work hard to solve any problems that arise. Islam frown at and discourage breaking marriage. However, if the spouses cannot live together in peace and harmony any more in the marital relationship, then its continuance is no longer...
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Moroccan family code reform (mudawanah al-usrah) passed in 2004 after a long and dramatic process promoted by Moroccan women against retreating Islamists and male domination. This paper reviews Muslim family law (mudawanah al-usrah) in Marocco. Based on a literature research method that uses a normative juridical approach with a statutory approach,...
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Family law reform in Tunisia cannot be separated from the thoughts of a feminist named Tahir Haddad. He wrote a book entitled Imra'tuna fi al-sharia wal-mujtama which became the forerunner of family law reform in Tunisian legislation. This book stems from her anxiety to see the situation and social conditions experienced by Tunisian women. Even tho...
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Pendidikan pertama bagi anak merupakan pengenalan terhadap lingkungan keluarga terutama pemahaman tentang orang tua. Dalam pendidikan ini, orang tua membentuk watak dalam kemampuan kognitif dan sikap anak. Namun, keluarga menghadapi beberapa problem dalam konteks Pendidikan kesenjangan gender. Oleh karena itu, keluarga dituntut mampu memahamkan pen...
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This paper explores the relationship between the concept of the ‘identity of the child’ and legal parenthood. It examines the role of identity in the determination of legal parenthood in three contexts: (a) parental orders after surrogacy arrangements; (b) disputed paternity cases; and (c) the statutory rules in cases involving gamete donation. Thi...
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Apart from death, wedlock (nikāḥ) may come to an end through separation which also takes different methods under Islamic family law such as separation by way of consent between the parties (khulʻu) otherwise known as “dissolution of marriage at instance of the wife”. However, reading through some court decisions, it is observed that true nature of...
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Marriage and divorce are parts of the natural identity of human beings that has been given ample attention within socio-cultural, religious and political studies. The position of Islamic law is that “Female vulva is prohibited in principleالأَصْلُ فِي الأَبْضَاعِ التَّحْرِيمُ”. As a result, Islam vehemently prohibits free intermingling between peop...
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The field of family or “personal status” law is technical in some ways (precise legal provisions for guardianship or for registering divorces, for instance) but the details on such matters pack tremendous punch. https://carnegieendowment.org/2022/07/12/battle-over-family-law-in-egypt-shows-only-personal-can-be-political-and-then-only-so-far-pub-87...
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Kebijakan Pemerintah Indonesia Terhadap Pengungsi Ditinjau dari Hukum IslamIda Susilowati, Adha Amir Ariefudien, Adhitya Sandy Wicaksono Hukum dan Perilaku Ekonomi: Etika KeagamaanMuh. Fudhail Rahman Hermeneutic Method: Solutions to Fiqh Muamalah Contemporary ProblemsWawan Afriadi, Surya Pati Renewal of Islamic Family Law: Relevance to the Nusyuz S...
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This article I focus on the reasons for granting polygamy permission for a man as contained in the provisions of Article 4 of Law No. 1 of 1974 and Article 57 Compilation of Islamic Law using the approach of ushul fiqh. Polygamy is an issue in Islamic family law both in classical jurisprudence and in contemporary jurisprudence. Islamic marriage law...
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Questioning the issue of the minimum rules for marriage in Islam itself is not explained in detail about the minimum age for marriage. In jurisprudence, scholars of different schools of thought have different opinions regarding the minimum age limit for marriage, which in essence, someone who has reached the age of puberty can already get married....
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The authors have co-taught a family law property subject over the last two years. The experience has led them to reflect upon the content, structure and teaching methodology of family law courses. Reflecting upon our teaching has cemented our views that some knowledge of family law should be core knowledge for all law graduates. In particular, we b...
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the reasons why female civil servants were prohibited from becoming second, third and fourth wives based on Government Regulation Number 45 of 1990; and to analyze based on Islamic family law against the prohibition of female civil servants to become second, third and fourth wives based on Government Regulat...
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The present study aims to address the issue of verbal restrictions on divorce to be considered as valid in modern family law and classical Fiqh schools of thought. These verbal restrictions can be employed to playing a crucial role to reducing high numbers of divorce rates. Fiqh opinions of Muslim scholars regarding types of verbal divorce forms ar...
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It is undeniable that the regulation of marital crises and their effects occupy a relevant place within the so-called “family law”. The purpose of this paper is to review the compensatory pension figure and highlight the latest trends in the jurisprudential treatment of compensation, taking into account the different aspects considered most relevan...
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Religious court is not empowered to seek justice in settling sharia economic disputes. Practitioners of sharia economy lack the enthusiasm to demonstrate the importance of a religious court in solving sharia economic disputes. At the same time, Muslims have often utilized a religious court to solve problems in family law such as divorce, inheritanc...
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Although the subject of divorce and the development of divorce legislation in nineteenth-century England and Wales have received some academic attention, much work remains to be done. Existing studies have examined either a small number of cases from a limited period of the newly formed Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes’ history; answered a...
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This study examines the contestation of gender discourse in family law on social media and its relationship to religion and state law. This study seeks to answer three questions: how gender relations in the family are constructed on social media, how the struggle for the meaning of gender equality in family law occurs on social media, and why some...
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- The term Islāmic marriage counseling among the Muslim community in Malaysia was first introduced along with the implementation of Islamic family law in the early 80’s. Marriage counseling at State Islamic Religious Office [Pejabat Agama Islām Negeri (PAIN)] in Malaysia is a thing that has been going on for a long time. Yet to date, there is still...
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"Nahleh" is one of the financial rights that has been provided for the wife in Imami jurisprudence and subsequently in Iranian law. This institution was recognized by the legislator in 1992 in order to provide financial support to the wife and to achieve more justice for women in paragraph (b) of Note 6 of the Law on Amending Divorce Regulations, w...
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According to the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo, all persons are equal before the law and no one shall be discriminated against on the grounds of sexual orientation, or any other personal status. Furthermore, the Kosovo Constitution leaves open the possibility that members of the LGBT+ community can even use their right to marry, as it prov...
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Murtad dalam hukum keluarga Indonesia dapat menjadi alasan perceraian di pengadilan. Perceraian yang disebabkan karena murtad dapat mengakibatkan hak-hak anak terabaikan, seperti hak memperoleh kasih sayang, hak asuh, hak pendidikan, dan juga hak beragama. Pemenuhan hak beragama anak dalam keluarga menjadi bermasalah, karena agama salah satu orang...
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In this article I question the official rhetoric which says that Swedish law functions neutrally with regard to the sexes. For one thing the treatment of sexualised violence indicates that women have not yet obtained ownership of their bodies or their sexuality, nor do they receive full compensation for their work within the family. For example, th...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengulas lebih dalam bagaimana reformasi hukum keluarga khususnya yang terkait dalam pembaharuan UU perceraian di Negara Pakistan, Metode yang akan digunakan dalam penelitian dengan analisis deskriptif dan study kepustakaan menjadi penelitian untuk membahas perkembangan pembaharuan perceraian yang ada di Negara Pakist...
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The artide discusses how respondents from two professional groups - medical doctors and family law secretaries - "do" gender when they talk about and (re)present themselves in their professional and organisational contexts. The respondents' stories about themselves as professionals and their professional work are analysed as gendered and gendering...
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The purpose of this discussion is to note the application of the maintenance statutes vis-à-vis Muslim couples in the South African courts. Firstly, the important judgments are referred to in chronological order; secondly, the maintenance rights of a Muslim spouse are set out for the following periods: during the marriage, after death of her husban...
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This study aims to examine the needs of students for digital teaching materials based on MOOCs. The research was carried out in February 2022. The research sample was 75 postgraduate students from 4 study programs, namely Guidance and Counseling, Islamic Family Law, Islamic Education Management, and Islamic Religious Education. The research instrum...
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In Pakistan, polygamy is a serious problem that requires legislation to address. Pakistani law imposes confinement through the Muslim Family Law Ordinance (MFLO) of 1961, which states that no man can marry for the second time without the first wife's consent, but polygamy is not prohibited in the meanwhile. In Pakistan, these rights are routinely v...
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A majority of laws operating in Pakistan are embraced from British Legal System. Therefore, the lingua franca in legal system of Pakistan is English. However, Arabic language, being a source of transmission of Islamic law, has a great contribution to compile legal terminologies in criminal and family laws of the country. The study in hand highlight...
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The present study discusses the concept of Qawamah (leadership in the family), in modern society and its legal discourse. The term ‘Qawamah’ which means males are protectors of females and they are also responsible to provide a peaceful environment in society. Family Law has been subject to a far greater degree of codification. This topic has been...
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Domestic Violence (DV) is a social issue concerning all women, but not all women are oppressed or impacted in the same way. This paper draws on an analysis of fifteen closed Family Law case files of racialized immigrant women in Ontario who experienced DV to examine gaps in services and suggest interventions to fill these gaps. The findings reveal...
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This paper presents the findings, theoretical assessments and proposals made by the Commission on European Family Law in its Principles on European Family law in connection to agreements in family matters. It discusses, in particular, whether proposals were made on the basis of the common core of the jurisdictions surveyed or rely on a better law a...
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In India, where religion-specific laws govern issues of marriage, divorce, maintenance, adoption and inheritance, the family laws of Muslims – the largest religious minority – have been a thorny issue in the post-independence period. In recent years, the major intervention in Muslim personal law reform came in the form of the invalidation of instan...
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In 2018, news of a 41-year-old Malay man’s marriage to a Thai girl of 11 as his third wife broke out in the Malaysian media, catalysing nationwide concerns on the state of affairs of child marriage in Malaysia. This article analyses the news reports on this child marriage scandal and draws on my own long-term ethnographic fieldwork studying marriag...
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Located in Africa’s Sahel region, the Republic of Mali enjoyed various fruits of its transition to political pluralism and liberal economic restructuring from the 1990s to the early 2000s. When the Malian government sought to amend civil laws governing marriage and family life, and eliminate legal discrimination against women, however, it faced con...
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This study aims to examine Al-Thaba’thabaí 's thoughts on Mut'ah marriage and its relevance to family law in Indonesia. This research is a type of library research by descriptive-analytical approach. The primary data in this study are the Qur'an, Hadith, books by Al-Thaba’thabaí, the 1945 Constitution, Law Number 1 of 1974 concerning National Marri...
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This paper aims to explain dharar as a reason for divorce in the legislation of five Muslim countries, namely Indonesia, Bahrain, Sudan, Qatar, and Morocco. The five countries were chosen with consideration of representing the Sunni Islamic School and one Shia Islamic School. The approach used is a normative approach combined with a comparative met...
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Women with intellectual disabilities (WIDs) are entitled to the rights to marriage and reproduction under Chinese law. However, Chinese marriage and reproduction regimes have imposed restrictions on their right to marry that limit the exercise of their reproductive rights. Marrying WIDs has become a popular choice for men in rural areas. Although i...
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Intimate partner violence (IPV) survivors seeking safety and justice for themselves and their children through family court and other legal systems may instead encounter their partners’ misuse of court processes to further enact coercive control. To illuminate this harmful process, this study sought to create a measure of legal abuse. We developed...
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Sex worker parents often lose custody of their children. The purpose of this research was to study theimpact of a parent’s status as a past or present sex worker on judicial decision-making in custody and access disputes. Through doctrinal legal research, I explored judicial treatment of sex workers involved in custody and access disputes in Child...
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The prohibition of discrimination and the protection of human rights are important elements of the EU legal order. Nevertheless, discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people persists throughout the EU and takes various forms, including verbal abuse and physical violence. Sexual orientation is now recognised...
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In most Middle Eastern jurisdictions, the applicable family law is determined based on the religious affiliation of the parties involved. Whereas Jordanian Islamic family law has last been reformed in 2001, 2010, and 2019, and the law that regulates the shariʿa courts has been amended several times since 1972, the family laws of Christian communiti...
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There are several components to family law, particularly when it comes to Hindu practises and traditions that are explicitly followed in Indian society. It has dealt with several aspects of life. Smritis Vedic descriptions, such as "Dharmasastra", which are founded on historic institutions and practises, have been legalised as customary rules compr...
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The article addresses the reasons why the Italian Constitutional Court requires trans people to transform their physical, psychological, and behavioral characteristics in order to obtain the legal recognition of their gender identity. It discusses how such a doctrine is implemented. Examining the case law of the Constitutional Court and of the Cour...
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The Brussels IIa (Recast) Regulation – the long-anticipated revision of the 2003 Brussels II bis Regulation – has brought about significant changes to the EU’s jurisdictional rules that apply to cross-border matrimonial matters (divorce and legal separation) and matters of parental responsibility. However, the role of party autonomy – in this conte...
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Challenging the optimistic thesis on female Asian agency in the early modern Dutch empire, this article studies widows’ socio-legal position in the cross-cultural setting of colonial Sri Lanka. Normative legislation and judicial records on stepfamilial feuds from eighteenth-century Dutch Sri Lanka allow us not only to understand how both litigating...
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Zusammenfassung Projektive Verfahren werden auch heute noch in der familienrechtspsychologischen Diagnostik eingesetzt. Erfahrungsgemäß lassen sich 3 unterschiedliche Anwendungsarten unterscheiden: a) als klassisch diagnostisches Instrument, b) als informelle Verhaltensprobe oder c) als Explorationshilfe bzw. Gesprächseinstieg. In der folgenden Übe...
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This paper attempts to showcase the development of LGBTIQA+ citizens’ rights to equal access to foster-care and adoption after the 2014 adoption of the Life Partnerships Act, as interpreted in the light of the Croatian antidiscrimination code. As a quintessential issue of equality, prohibition of discrimination on the basis of suspect grounds such...
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The rules that are prescribed in Islam are that a Muslim is not allowed to marry a non-Muslim (marriage of a different religion), a non-Muslim if he wants to marry a Muslim, he is required to convert to Islam first or often referred to as a convert, the meaning of converts. themselves in order to be able to carry out marriages with their Muslim par...
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Legitimate politics in contemporary studies is a name for the rulings and behaviors by which the nation's affairs are managed in its government, Legislation, and judiciary. And all its executive and administrative authorities, and in its external relations that link it to other nations in a state of peace and war, international relations and intern...
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One of the most significant ways to create a happy family and minimize divorce is premarital education. Indonesia and Malaysia are two countries that have realized it and have regulated it in the regulations of their respective countries. This paper focuses on studying the concept and regulation of premarital education in these two countries. This...
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This article critically examines the estate and gift tax rules currently applicable to martial wealth transfers and proposes a new system in which all transfers between spouses will be subject to taxation. The article begins by tracing the historic development of what the author calls the "one flesh, one taxpayer" approach to wealth transfer taxati...
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This text explores how federal arrangements affect the regulation and reform of two aspects of family law -child marriage and abortion rights. It is part of the gender-federalism research project
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Understanding the pathways to access to justice has been identified as a key priority for stakeholders working within the civil justice system. Although there is a growing body of evidence highlighting the incidence of legal problems, much less is known about the pathways people take to resolve these problems. In British Columbia, specifically, the...
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The purpose of this study was to determine a positive relationship between understanding fractions and the ability to work on Mawaris questions in the Mawaris Fiqh course at the Islamic Family Law Study Program (HKI). This study uses a survey with a correlational approach. The sample in research is students of Islamic Family Law (HKI) at the Ibn Kh...