Muslim family law
Muslim Family Law covers the breadth of Islamic law issues, discussing its sources, family and inheritance law, and analysing the tensions that exist between Muslim and English law.* The leading general introduction to Muslim law* Highlights the conflicts between Muslim and English law and the problems of the Muslim community in the English courts
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Reforms of Muslim law
Muslim law in the subcontinent
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