The chapter analyses the way in which religious marriages and sharia courts interface with State's legal orders in some European countries, focusing on limping marriages and split of status, which derive by the existence of different and pall legal orders: the major, based on the principle of territoriality of the law, and the minor, organized on the personality of the law.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Cultural rights for a Tunisian-Spanish bridge. Analysis and reflections on human rights and diversity in times of growing human mobility|
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|
Pera, A. (2019). Family law, religious marriage and sharia courts in western societies. In Cultural rights for a Tunisian-Spanish bridge. Analysis and reflections on human rights and diversity in times of growing human mobility (pagg. 67-81)