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Family and the Courts in Modern Egypt

A Study Based on Decisions by the Sharia Courts 1900-1955 (Studies in Islamic Law and Society, V. 3)

by Ron Shaham

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: from c 1900 -,
  • Islamic studies,
  • Private, property, family law,
  • Revolutions & coups,
  • 20th century,
  • Family Law - General,
  • Family,
  • Islamic Law,
  • Sociology,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Turkey,
  • History,
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • Islam - Law,
  • Domestic relations (Islamic la,
  • Domestic relations,
  • Domestic relations (Islamic law),
  • Egypt

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9083787M
    ISBN 109004107428
    ISBN 109789004107427

    For Egypt, the outstanding social novel is the Thulathiya (Trilogy) of Najib Mahfuz (born ) a long and very comprehensive account of the manner in which modernization affects three generations of a rather typical, if prosperous, Cairene family, the 'Abd al-Jawads. An Overview of the Egyptian Legal System and Legal Research. By Dr. Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab Read the Update! Dr. Mohamed S. E. Abdel Wahab, Licence en Droit (CAI), LL.M (CAI), Ph.D (MAN), MCI Arb. is an Assistant Professor at Faculty of Law, Cairo University, Egypt and Assistant Director of the Human Rights Centre at Cairo University. He has taught on the LL.M, .

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    The Author discusses the dynamics of family law reforms in modern Egypt as an instance of similar dynamics of reforms in other Muslim countries. The forces that push for reforms as well as those that try to limit them are also introduced. The Author begins by describing the historical legal background shared by the vast majority of Muslim countries, including by: As the third independent authority of the State, the Egyptian Judiciary is comprised of administrative and non-administrative courts, a Supreme Constitutional Court, penal courts, civil and commercial courts, personal status and family courts, national security courts, labour courts, military courts, as well as other specialized courts or circuits.


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The judicial system (or judicial branch) in Egypt, is an independent branch of the government which includes both secular and religious courts. The Egyptian judicial system is based on European and primarily French legal concepts and methods. The legal code is derived largely from the Napoleonic ge and personal status are primarily based on the religious.

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The most widespread native tree is the date palm. Others include the carob, tamarisk, and sycamore. Modernizing Muslim Family Law: The Case of Egypt. Lama Abu-Odeh* ABSTRACT. The Author discusses the dynamics of family law reforms in modern Egypt as an instance of similar dynamics of reforms in other Muslim countries.

The forces that push for reforms as well as those that try to limit them are also introduced. “Questioning Secularism is a mind-widening book. It is not simply a contestation or reconstruction of the doctrines of secularism but an enquiry into the ways in which it continually generates questions—about necessary limitations to public expression, about the dangers of religious politics, about the place of the Shari‘a in a liberal state, and so forth.

The family is the center of social organization. In patrilineal Egypt, the father is the head of the household and is responsible for providing for the family. The mother is primarily responsible for managing the household and is the primary care-giver of the children.

After the Egyptian Revolution ofwomen have had to entered the work. The book Adjudicating Family Law in Muslim Courts, which was originally published in Novemberis a collection of case studies by various authors from different countries.

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Adjudicating family law in Muslim courts. This offer cannot be used in co njunction with any other deal and the book The Author discusses the Author: Elisa Giunchi.

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Family Courts were created to provide a forum more conducive to resolving family disputes than regular civil courts. Family and the Courts in Modern Egypt: A Study Based on Decisions by the Shariʿa Courts, – Studies in Islamic Law and Society.

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