The International Survey of Family Law, 1994

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Andrew Bainham
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Mar 14, 1996 - Law - 496 pages
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The "International Survey of Family Law," published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law, is the successor to the Annual Survey of Family Law'. It provides information, analysis and comment on recent developments in Family Law across the world on a country-by- country basis. The Survey is published annually and its subtitle reflects the calendar year surveyed. Where a country has been regularly surveyed each year, the developments discussed correspond to the year in question. If certain countries have not been surveyed for some years the contributions will usually attempt to cover the intervening period. This applies, for example, in the present volume to the contributions relating to China and Turkey. If countries are being covered for the first time, then more background information will be provided about the state of family law in the country in question. Examples in this volume are the contributions from Bulgaria and Malta.
 

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Contents

Angola Affiliation in the New Angolan Family Code
29
Australia Beautiful and Ideal or the Reverse Australian
53
The Squaring of a Questionable Dilemma
101
Canada Children SameSex Couples and Abortion
119
Chile A New Patrimonial Regime in Marriage
145
Developments in the Family
155
Czech Republic New Problems and Old Worries
181
England England in the International Year of the Family
199
The Netherlands An Identity CrisisThe Outer Limits of Euthanasia
345
New Zealand New Zealand Family Law in 1994 More Promise
365
Norway Registered Partnership in Norway
387
Russia Before Radical Reform of Family
395
Singapore Women Family Property and the
403
From
419
Spain Marriage Before the Mayor and Other Matters
435
Sweden The Rights of Children to Speak for Themselves
441

Finland A Long Long Way to The Hague The Ratification
227
France Reforms and Controversies
241
Germany Two Lively Discussed Reform Acts
259
Italy Reform of the Law of Citizenship
299
Malawi The New Constitution and the Family
321
Turkey Diverse Issues Continuing Debates
449
Ukraine The Marriage Relationship in Ukraine
465
United States Focus on Adoption
483
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