Islamic Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Arab World
Whilst other works exist which examine the Islamic law of personal status, this is the first to set out in a single volume the laws relating to marriage and divorce in the Arab states, both codified and uncodified, in a manner which will enable the reader to look up the provisions of the law in specific areas and, where required, to compare the positions of the laws of different countries.
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Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf States of the United Arab
Background to Codification
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