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- Table of Legislation
- Notes on Contributors
TwoDetermining the Boundaries Between Valid, Void and ‘Non-Qualifying’ Marriages: Past, Present and Future?
Three‘Cohabitants’ in the Law of England and Wales: a Brief Introduction
FourModern Marriage Myths: the Dichotomy Between Expectations of Legal Rationality and Lived Law
FiveThe Case for Moving Away from ‘Non-Marriage’ Declarations
SixReligious-Only Marriages and Cohabitation: Deciphering Differences
SevenFrom Regulating Marriage Ceremonies to Recognizing Marriage Ceremonies
EightNikah Ceremonies in the UK: a Tool for Empowerment?
NineIn Pursuit of an Islamic Divorce: a Socio-Legal Examination of Practices Among British Muslims
TenArbitration as a Legal Solution for Relationship Breakdown in the Muslim Community: the Case of the Muslim Arbitration Tribunal
Eleven‘Regrettably it is not that Simple’: the Case for Minimalistic Marriage Laws
- Cohabitation and Religious Marriage
Rajnaara C. Akhtar
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