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100 1  Nasir, Jamal J 
245 14 The Status of Women under Islamic Law and Modern Islamic 
       Legislation :|bThird Edition of the Revised and Updated 
       Work 
250    3rd ed 
264  1 Leiden :|bBRILL,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (246 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  Brill's Arab and Islamic Laws Ser. ;|vv.3 
505 0  Contents -- Preface -- Summary of the 3rd Much Revised and
       Updated Edition of "The Status of Women under Islamic Law 
       and Modern Islamic Legislation" -- Foreword to the First 
       Edition -- Transcript of Letter from Lord Denning -- 
       Introduction -- Chapter One The Branches of Islam and the 
       Schools of Law -- Chapter Two The Woman's Right to 
       Education -- Chapter Three Inheritance Rights for Women --
       Chapter Four The Islamic Institution of Marriage -- Pagan 
       Marriage -- The Muta or Temporary Marriage -- Polygamy -- 
       Arranged Marriage -- Chapter Five The Modern Marriage -- 
       Chapter Six Marriage Impediments -- 1. Temporary 
       Impediments -- 2. Permanent Prohibition -- Chapter Seven 
       Guardianship in Relation to Marriage -- Chapter Eight The 
       Preliminaries of Marriage -- 1. The Betrothal (Khutba) -- 
       2. Legal Capacity -- 3. Equality of the Partners (Kafa'a) 
       -- 4. Offer and Acceptance -- 5. Witnesses -- Chapter Nine
       The Form of the Contract -- Chapter Ten Marriage 
       Formalities -- Chapter Eleven The Eff ects of Marriage -- 
       Chapter Twelve Mixed Marriages -- Chapter Thirteen The 
       Dower -- 1. The Quality of the Dower -- 2. The Quantity of
       the Dower -- 3. Prompt and Deferred Dower -- 4. Specifi ed
       and Proper Dower -- 5. Entitlement to the Dower -- Chapter
       Fourteen Maintenance -- 1. Maintenance under a Valid 
       Contract -- 2. Maintenance under a Non-Valid Contract -- 
       3. Lack of Access -- 4. Apostasy -- 5. Loss of Maintenance
       due to Court Procedure -- 6. Assessment of Maintenance -- 
       Chapter Fift een Dissolution of Marriage -- 1. Repudiation
       (Dissolution) Using the Word Talaq -- 2. Modes of 
       Repudiation -- 3. Pronouncements of Repudiation -- 4. 
       Dissolution by Mutual Agreement of the Spouses- Khula -- 
       5. Dissolution of Marriage by the Court-Tafriq -- 6. 
       Dissolution of Marriage by Operation of Law -- 7. The 
       Wife's Compensation on Arbitrary Repudiation -- Chapter 
       Sixteen The Iddat 
505 8  1. When to Observe the Iddat -- 2. Duration of the Iddat -
       - 3. Rights and Obligation of the Spouses During Iddat -- 
       Chapter Seventeen Parentage -- 1. Establishment of 
       Parentage -- 2. Paternity under a Valid Marriage Contract 
       -- 3. Paternity under an Irregular Contract -- 4. 
       Parentage in the Absence of a Contract -- 5. Parentage aft
       er Separation -- 6. Disputes Arising from the Birth of a 
       Child -- 7. Parentage Established through Acknowledgment -
       - 8. The Foundling -- 9. Adoption -- 10. The Legal Eff 
       ects of Parentage -- Chapter Eighteen Fosterage (Suckling)
       and Custody -- 1. Fosterage -- 2. Custody -- Chapter 
       Nineteen Confl ict of Laws -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -
       - Glossary -- Index 
520    This is the third revised and updated edition of a work 
       that provides a detailed and systematic account of the 
       legal aspects of Islam and modern Arab Islamic legislation
       with specific regard to the rights and obligations of 
       women. Addressing in particular the legislation of the 
       arab world states, the study ontains essential information
       on a wide range of topics including dower, maintenance, 
       the iddat, parentage, fosterage and custory, and also a 
       particularly valuable section on marriage and the 
       dissolution of marriage. The work is an important source 
       of reference not only for legal practitioners, university 
       libraries and other academic institutions, but is also of 
       general interest to those directly concerned with the 
       subject, particularly Muslim communicaties in non-Muslim 
       countries, Muslim women worldwide or non-Muslim women who 
       may be married to Muslims 
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