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International Survey of Family Law: 2005 Edition, The


Published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law

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Family Law's annual review of developments in family law across the world. The 2005 edition covers developments in 26 countries written by leading academics and family law experts. Each article is accompanied by a French language abstract.

The 2005 Review begins with a round-up of the major developments in the international arena, and is followed by contributions from a diverse selection of countries where there have been important developments in family law.
  • Annual Review of International Family Law - Ursula Kilkelly
  • Argentina: The right to one's identity in recent judicial decisions on filiation
    and adoption - Cecilia P. Grosman and Marisa Herrera
  • Australia: A direction enforced - immigration and Australian family law in
    2003 - Frank Bates
  • Azerbaijan: Family law in the Republic of Azerbaijan - M.D. Damirchiyeva
  • Bahamas: A view of some aspects of family law in the Commonwealth of the
    Bahamas - Hazel Thompson-Ahye
  • Brazil: The vicissitudes of equality and conjugal rights under Brazilian law
    - Paulo Luiz Netto Lobo
  • Bulgaria: The new legislation on International adoption in Bulgaria: in the
    Interest of Children? - Velina Todorova
  • Canada: Resuscitating the significance of marriage - Martha Bailey
  • Chile: Marriage and divorce in Chile - Gabriel García Cantero
  • People's Republic of China: Marriage reform and population control: changing family law in contemporary China - Michael Palmer
  • Denmark: Focus on the legal status between children and parents - Ingrid Lund-Andersen
  • England & Wales: Shaping the lives of children - Mary Welstead
  • France: The new French divorce law - Hugues Fulchiron
  • Germany: Redefining the position of fathers in German family law - Nina Dethloff
  • Greece: Surrogate motherhood in Greece (according to the new law on assisted reproduction) - Efie Kounougeri-Manoledaki
  • India: Divorce, nullity and related matters under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 - Anil Malhotra and Ranjit Malhotra
  • Iran: Marriage law of Iran under Islamic perspectives - S.N. Ebrahimi
  • Republic of Ireland: Transsexuals in Irish law - Paul Ward
  • Japan: The prevention of spousal violence and the protection of victims in
    Japan - Keiko Irako and Koji Ono
  • Kenya: Rights brought home? Human rights in Kenya's Children Act 2001 - Michael Nyongesa Wabwile
  • New Zealand: Institutional changes and challenges - Bill Atkin
  • Russia: Inter-country adoption: though a large amount of law, still a lot of
    uncertainty - Olga A. Khazova
  • Scotland: Offending and offensive young people: why mandatory parenting
    education is not the answer - Elaine E. Sutherland
  • Solomon Islands: For better or worse: marriage and divorce laws in Solomon Islands - Jennifer Corrin Care and Kenneth Brown
  • Sweden: Cohabitation outside marriage or partnership - Åke Saldeen
  • Uganda: Juvenile justice and the law in Uganda: operation of the children
    statute - Lillian Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza
  • United States: Step-family tribulations under United States laws and social policies of America - Margorie Engel

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