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International Survey of Family Law 2004

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Andrew BainhamFellow, Christ's College, University of Cambridge

ISBN13: 9780853089377
ISBN: 085308937X
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Family Law LexisNexis
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The International Survey of Family Law is the International Society of Family Law's annual review of developments in family law across the world. The 2004 edition covers developments in 28 countries written by leading academic authors. For the first time all articles are accompanied by abstracts in English and French.

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Family Law
Articles - Annual Review of International Family Law Ursula Kilkelly Argentina - Recent Judicial Decisions giving effect to the Convention on the Rights of the Child Cecilia P Grosman and Ana Maria Chechile Australia - Children and the role of the Family Court of Australia - Australian Family Law in 2002 Frank Bates Botswana - Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Developments in Botswana Siamisang Morolong Brazil - The Family: A Kaleidoscope of Relationships Giselle Camara Groeninga Columbia - Legal Update from Colombia: The Project for a Law giving Equal Status to Same-Sex couples is finally sunk Patricia Alzate Monroy Croatia - The Protection of Weaker Family Members: The Ombudsman for Children, Same-Sex Unions, Family Violence and Family Law Dubravka Hrabar Egypt - Egypt: New Deal on Divorce Lynn Welchman England and Wales - From Birth to Death, Family Life in 2002 Mary Welstead Ethiopia - The Abortion Controversy in the Ethiopian Criminal Law Revision Process Tilahun Teshome France - A Pause in the Reform of French Family Law Hugues Fulchiron, Sylvie Ferre-Andre and Adeline Gouttenoire India - nalysis of the Law of Marriage from an International Perspective, under Hindu Law Anil Malhotra And Ranjit Malhotra Israel - Surrogacy and PAS in the Israeli Supreme Court and the Reports of the Committee on Children's Rights Rhona Schuz Iran - Protective Institutions for Children under Iranian Family Law Seyed Nasrollah Ebrahimi Republic of Ireland - Involuntary Adoption Paul Ward Japan - International Family Law Practice in Japan Jun'ichi Akiba Kyrgyz Republic The Rights of the Child in the Kyrgyz Republic Kunduz I Asanova Lithuania - 'Moving In the Same Direction?' Presentation of Family Law Reforms In Lithuania ear nas Keserauskas The Netherlands - Proposed Revision of Matrimonial Property Law, a New Inheritance Law and the First Translation of the Dutch Civil Code, Book One (Family Law) into English Ian Sumner and Caroline Forder New Zealand - The Welfare of the Unborn Child: Jurisdiction and Discretion Bill Atkin Northern Ireland - Family Law in Northern Ireland: Developments, Setbacks and an Uncertain Future Lisa Glennon Singapore - Division of Matrimonial Assets: Order in the Fairest Possible Way Wai Kum Leong South Africa - Transforming the Family Law Landscape: The Role of the Courts Chuma Himonga Sweden - The Children's Ombudsman: Adoption by Homosexual Partners and Assisted Reproduction Ake Saldeen Trinidad and Tobago - An Overview of Trinidad and Tobago Family Law Betsy Ann Lambert Peterson Turkey - Family Law enters the New Century Esin Orucu Ukraine - Property Relations of Spouses in Slavonic Post-Soviet Countries (Ukraine, Russia, Belarus) Irina Zhylinkova The United States - Continuity of Relationships in Child Custody Sanford N Katz