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Cassandra Balchin,Sohail Akbar Warraich
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Women Living Under Muslim Laws (January 26, 2006)
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Inter-Country Cases and Muslim Marriages and Divorces in Britain, Women Living Under Muslim Laws, 2006, and ‘Through the Looking Glass: The Emergence, Confused Applicatoin and Demise of Pakistan’s Hudood Laws’ in Lutz Oette, Criminal Law Reform in Transnational.

Inter-Country Cases and Muslim Marriages and Divorces in Britain, Women Living Under Muslim Laws, 2006, and ‘Through the Looking Glass: The Emergence, Confused Applicatoin and Demise of Pakistan’s Hudood Laws’ in Lutz Oette, Criminal Law Reform in Transnational Justice: Human Rights Perspectives for Sudan, Ashgate, 2011. Sohail holds a Masters in Law in Development form the University of Warwick, focusing on Constitutional Law and Development, and Gender, Law and Development.

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Sohail Akbar Warraich & Cassandra Balchin

Sohail Akbar Warraich & Cassandra Balchin. Many thousands in the Muslim community in Britain as well as non-British spouses of British Muslims may be in marriages or undergo divorces whose legal validity is doubtful in the eyes of the English courts and authorities such as immigration and pensions. This leaves them in a ‘married/un-married’ limbo, often referred to in legal terms as ‘limping marriages’. This publication includes articles on: British Law; Laws in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan; and European and International Law.

Cassandra Balchin, spokesperson for Women Living Under Muslim Laws and co-author of Recognizing the . Women Living Under Muslim Laws, January 2006). Do you know of any other alternative courts in Britain?

Cassandra Balchin, spokesperson for Women Living Under Muslim Laws and co-author of Recognizing the Un-Recognized: Inter-Country Cases and Muslim Marriages & Divorces in Britain (pub. Do you know of any other alternative courts in Britain? If so, please let us know. E-mail address: [email protected]

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