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Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law Revised ed

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ISBN13: 9789041115713
ISBN: 9041115714
Published: April 2001
Publisher: CQ Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Practitioners and academics dealing with the Middle East can turn to the ""Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law"" for an instant source of information on the developments over an entire year in the region. The Yearbook covers Islamic and non-Islamic legal subjects, including the laws themselves, of some 20 Arab and other Islamic countries. The publication's practical features include: articles on current topics; country surveys reflecting important new legislation and amendments to existing legislation per country; the text of a selection of documents and important court cases; a ""Notes and News"" section; and book reviews. Volumes 1 and 2 also offer a historical legal survey of each country. The Yearbook is edited by the Chairman and the Director of the Centre for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at SOAS in London. The leading experts in the field select each piece of information. Every library and university department aiming to cover Islamic law or the Laws of the Middle East should like to include this comprehensive publication. Volume 6, covering the legal developments in the year 1999, is forthcoming.

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Islamic Law
Biographical Notes. Preface. Part I: Articles. Attacks on the Judiciary: Judicial Independence -- Reality or Fallacy? A.O. Sherif. Freedom of the Press in Egypt: Checks and Balances; N. Bernard-Maugiron. Islam and Constitutional Development in Pakistan; M. Lau. State Cases in the Republic of Yemen; A.A. Ghanem. Women's Rights in Yemen Today; S.H. Sohbi. A New Commercial Code for Egypt; D. Wilson. Strict Liability in the Law of the Sudan; J.W. Makec. Remedy or Device? The System of Khul' and the Effects of its Incorporation into Egyptian Personal Status Law; D. el-Alami. The Legal Relationship of a Father with his Illegitimate Child under Islamic and Iranian Law; M.A. Ansari-Pour. The Status of Children and their Protection in Algerian Law (Part II); Y. Kebir. Part II: Country Surveys. Egypt; R. Kosheri, R. Kosheri. Syria; J. el-Hakim. Iraq; S. Al-Mukhtar. Jordan; H. Haddad. Palestine; A. Al-Qasem. Lebanon; N. Comair-Obeid. Libya; M. El-Alem. Sudan; J.W. Makec. Kuwait; F.B. Nader. Saudi Arabia; V. Handley, F. Al-Hejailan. United Arab Emirates (UAE); J. Brown. Bahrain; H.M. Al-Baharna. Qatar; N.B.M. Al-Nauimi. Oman; R. Clarke. Yemen; N. Shamiri. Iran; M.A. Ansari-Pour. Algeria; Y. Kebir. Morocco; M. Zirari-Devif. Tunisia; A. Gaigi. Pakistan; M. Lau. Part III: Selected Documents and Legislation. Resolutions and International Agreements. Legislation. Document. Part IV: Selected Cases. Arbitral Award in the Second Stage of the Proceedings in the Matter of the Arbitration between Eritrea and Yemen (Maritime Delimitation). Part V: Book Reviews. Book Reviews. The Ordinances of Government (Al-Ahkam al-Sultaniyya); M. Siddiqui. Democracy, the Rule of Law and Islam; A. Al-Qasem. Gender and Human Rights in Islam and International Law: Equal before Allah, Unequal before Man? L. Welchman. Justice of Islam; I. Edge. Essays and Addresses on Arab Laws; N. Saleh, N.H.D. Foster. Arbitral Awards of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration; N. Saleh. The Middle East in the New Millennium: Economic Development and Business Law; I. Edge. The Palestinian Exodus 1948-1998; A. Shiblak. The Status of Palestinian Refugees in International Law; A. Al-Qasem. Islamic Law of Inheritance; D. Hinchcliffe. Index.