This essay aims to examine the question of the prospects of reform of religious laws, from the perspective of State-enforced religious rules. This question will be addressed by focusing on the issue of get in Israel, which is characterized, as it is known, by a peculiar system of religion-based personal status laws, concurrent jurisdiction between religious and civil courts, and State-enforced religious family law.

Bottoni, R., State-enforced religious family law systems and prospects of reform: The issue of get in Israel, <<IL DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO>>, 2017; (3-4): 637-649 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/133858]

State-enforced religious family law systems and prospects of reform: The issue of get in Israel

Bottoni, Rossella
2017

Abstract

This essay aims to examine the question of the prospects of reform of religious laws, from the perspective of State-enforced religious rules. This question will be addressed by focusing on the issue of get in Israel, which is characterized, as it is known, by a peculiar system of religion-based personal status laws, concurrent jurisdiction between religious and civil courts, and State-enforced religious family law.
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Bottoni, R., State-enforced religious family law systems and prospects of reform: The issue of get in Israel, <<IL DIRITTO ECCLESIASTICO>>, 2017; (3-4): 637-649 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/133858]
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