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Written by Sanskriti Falor , Edited by Explained Desk | Jaipur |
Updated: November 10, 2021 8:13:53 am
Tourists walk through Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque at dusk in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/File)

Abu Dhabi passed a law on Sunday allowing non-Muslims to marry, divorce and get joint child custody under civil law in the country. Before this, non-Muslims here had to get married in the embassy or consulate of their country.

kmart table tennis table review,According to the Judicial Department of Abu Dhabi, the aim of this move is to provide “a flexible and advanced judicial mechanism for the determination of personal status disputes for non-Muslims, thus enhancing the Emirate’s position and global competitiveness as one of the most attractive destinations for talent and skills”.

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The law is the first civil law passed by the Emirates concerning non-Muslim family matters. As per the Judicial department of Abu Dhabi, the law aims at guaranteeing the right to non-Muslims to adhere to an “internationally acknowledged law” in terms of customs, culture, language and protecting the best interests of their children.,man playing handball emoji

ice hockey hong kong,Being the first of its kind in gulf countries, where marriage and divorce laws are guided through Islamic Sharia law, the new law would apply civil principles in the regulation of all family matters pertaining to non-Muslims.

Under the new law, courts dedicated to non-Muslim family matters will be set up by the Judicial Department, and will function in Arabic and English “in order to facilitate the understanding of judicial procedures by foreigners and to improve judicial transparency”, the Justice Department said, announcing the set up of the first such court.,888sport apk android

As per Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD), the law comprises 20 articles, which are divided into five chapters relating to civil marriage, divorce, child custody and inheritance.,handball spezial trainers collegiate navy clear sky gum

The first chapter of the law amends the marriage procedure for foreigners by bringing in the concept of marriage being held on the will of husband and wife.,basketball holding rack

The second chapter lays down laws for divorce procedures for non-Muslims, outlining the rights of divorced partners and financial rights of a wife after divorce. The monetary rights of a wife after separation would be left to the discretion of a judge based on criteria such as “the number of years of marriage, the age of the wife, the economic standing of each of the spouses”.,how do soccer odds work

The third chapter deals with the custody of a child after divorce. It introduces the concept of joint custody, where a child’s custody is equally shared between mother and father. The law brings in this concept “to safeguard the cohesion of the family after divorce and to preserve the psychological health of the children”.,gm cricket bat ebay

uk volleyball ranking,The fourth chapter sets up laws for inheritance, registration of wills for non-Muslims and also establishes the right of a foreigner to draw a will and pass on their assets to whomever they choose.

The fifth chapter of the law addresses the proof of paternity for non-Muslim foreigners, “providing that the proof of paternity of the newborn child is based on marriage or recognition of paternity”.,uk volleyball ranking

Youssef Saeed Al Abri, Undersecretary of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, said that the judicial department has been working to “provide innovative solutions to non-Muslims’ personal status issues that are brought before the courts, after studying and analysing them and working to come up with sophisticated legislative solutions that provide a modern judicial framework for foreigners residing in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to resolve family disputes in a flexible manner in line with international best practices”.,soccer youth wildomar

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soccer boots ireland,For marriages under Sharia law, both bride and groom have to be Muslims, or the groom can be Muslim and the bride can be Christian. While Muslim men are allowed to marry non-Muslim women, vice versa is not permitted.

The new law doesn’t require the consent of the woman’s guardian anymore and only requires the marriage to be held on the will of the man and woman.,bengal warriors pro kabaddi

Non-Muslims can seek divorce without having to prove that harm was done in the marriage and either of the spouses can file for divorce. According to Khaleej Times, a UAE media organisation, earlier, physical harm had to be proved for divorce.,soccerway villa

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Earlier, after filing for divorce, couples had to go to the Family Guidance department and a court-appointed conciliator tried to reconcile the two partners. Now, the divorce can be granted at the first hearing without going through these processes.,link vao sbobet

canadian poker sites,In the case of a child’s custody, while the new law allows both parents to have joint custody and equally share the custody after divorce, earlier, the custody would be with the mother and the father used to be a guardian (to financially provide) of the child.

wimbledon tv coverage 2021,According to the older law, “Custody and guardianship are two separate issues that must be addressed individually as parents do not share equal responsibilities for a child in the UAE”.

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link vao sbobet,The law, as per the leaders of UAE, “reflects Abu Dhabi’s legislative leadership and the global status it has achieved”, and is not the first time the country has reformed laws along with changing times.

fantasy cricket app referral code,Last year, UAE reformed personal Islamic laws to decriminalise premarital sexual relations among couples, loosen alcohol restrictions and criminalise the practice of honour killing.

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