English Law on Divorce

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UK: Sharia Courts Abusing Muslim Women – Gatestone Institute

Gatestone InstituteUK: Sharia Courts Abusing Muslim WomenGatestone InstituteAccording to the report, in many cases this is all that is necessary for a "divorce" anyway; many Muslim women who identify themselves as being "married" are not in marriages that are legally recognized by British law. Although a nikah (an Islamic …and more »

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Air hostess wins £14.5m London mansion from Saudi Arabian using 1882 … – Daily Mail

Daily MailAir hostess wins £14.5m London mansion from Saudi Arabian using 1882 …Daily MailThey divorced in 1999, before remarrying in 2002. … It came following an 1836 Caroline Norton court case which highlighted the injustice of English property laws, and generated enough support that eventually resulted in the Married Women's Property Act.

Texas court of appeals recognises Pakistani divorce – The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneTexas court of appeals recognises Pakistani divorceThe Express TribuneA Texas Court of Appeals panel has upheld Pakistani divorce should be recognised under Texas law, according to the Washington Post. Hearing a case of a Pakistani couple divorced in Pakistan but residing in the United States, the court said, “The …


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