Marriage By Law

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Author: Pockett
Publisher: Blvnp Incorporated
ISBN: 9781680307597
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Marriage By Law by Pockett


Original Title: Marriage By Law

"Marrying a total stranger? I'd rather eat seafood for the rest of my life." What happens when two complete strangers are thrown into an arranged marriage they don't want? All hell breaks loose. Ivory Hiddleberg, born to a long line of entrepreneurs, is in a sticky situation. As the first girl born in the family for over five generations, she was expected to do one thing: to marry into the influential Quartz family. To honour an age-old deal made by her great-great grandfather, she was set to marry Darius Quartz, CEO of a multi-billionaire company. Deadly handsome but cold as ice, she knew he could never give her the happiness she deserves. But with parents hell-bent on making the deal a reality in hopes of preventing competition between their businesses, they couldn't do anything. So marry him she did. Six months later, Ivory finds herself bored to death. With her stranger of a husband gone for business training abroad, nothing much has changed. That is, until Darius returns. Add Ivory's cheating ex-boyfriend, her hilariously loyal best friend, and Darius' insane cousin to the picture, and her life just becomes more interesting than attending her French lessons. Will she come through? Will they ever learn to accept their relationship? Will love come after marriage? Grab this funny, romantic novel full of fun, joy, insanity, and most of all, love. Get your copy now.

Tell The Court I Love My Wife

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Author: Peter Wallenstein
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466892617
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Tell The Court I Love My Wife by Peter Wallenstein


Original Title: Tell The Court I Love My Wife

The first in-depth history of miscegenation law in the United States, this book illustrates in vivid detail how states, communities, and the courts have defined and regulated mixed-race marriage from the colonial period to the present. Combining a storyteller's detail with a historian's analysis, Peter Wallenstein brings the sagas of Richard and Mildred Loving and countless other interracial couples before them to light in this harrowing history of how individual states had the power to regulate one of the most private aspects of life: marriage.

Feminism Marriage And The Law In Victorian England

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Author: Mary Lyndon Shanley
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691024875
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Feminism Marriage And The Law In Victorian England by Mary Lyndon Shanley


Original Title: Feminism Marriage And The Law In Victorian England

Bridging the fields of political theory and history, this comprehensive study of Victorian reforms in marriage law reshapes our understanding of the feminist movement of that period. As Mary Shanley shows, Victorian feminists argued that justice for women would not follow from public rights alone, but required a fundamental transformation of the marriage relationship.

Canadian Constitutional Conventions

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Author: Andrew David Heard
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195431827
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Canadian Constitutional Conventions by Andrew David Heard


Original Title: Canadian Constitutional Conventions

Drawing on perspectives from both law and political science, Canadian Constitutional Conventions surveys the rich landscape of the unwritten rules that affect the constitution and play a vital role in our political system. Thoroughly revised and up to date, the second edition is essential reading for students of Canadian democracy as well as professionals working in this country's legal and political realms.

Marriage Law And Modernity

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Author: Julia Moses
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474276113
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Marriage Law And Modernity by Julia Moses


Original Title: Marriage Law And Modernity

Marriage, Law and Modernity offers a global perspective on the modern history of marriage. Widespread recent debate has focused on the changing nature of families, characterized by both the rise of unmarried cohabitation and the legalization of same-sex marriage. However, historical understanding of these developments remains limited. How has marriage come to be the target of national legislation? Are recent policies on same-sex marriage part of a broader transformation? And, has marriage come to be similar across the globe despite claims about national, cultural and religious difference? This collection brings together scholars from across the world in order to offer a global perspective on the history of marriage. It unites legal, political and social history, and seeks to draw out commonalities and differences by exploring connections through empire, international law and international migration.

Hindu Women And Marriage Law

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Author: Monmayee Basu
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Hindu Women And Marriage Law by Monmayee Basu


Original Title: Hindu Women And Marriage Law

This book is an in-depth study of the problems faced in the context of marriage by Hindu women spanning a century - 1856-1956. Remedial legislative measures to solve these problems have also been discussed at length, addressing the impact of these legislations on the status and condition of women in Hindu society.

From Sacrament To Contract Second Edition

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Author: John Witte Jr.
Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp
ISBN: 1611641926
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From Sacrament To Contract Second Edition by John Witte Jr.


Original Title: From Sacrament To Contract Second Edition

This newly revised and enlarged edition of John Witte's authoritative historical study explores the interplay of law, theology, and marriage in the Western tradition. Witte uncovers the core beliefs that formed the theological genetic code of Western marriage and family law. He explores the systematic models of marriage developed by Catholics, Lutherans, Calvinists, Anglicans, and Enlightenment thinkers, and the transformative influence of each model on Western marriage law. In addition, he traces the millennium-long reduction of marriage from a complex spiritual, social, contractual, and natural institution into a simple private contract with freedom of entrance, exercise, and exit for husband and wife alike. This second edition updates and expands each chapter and the bibliography. It also includes three new chapters on classical, biblical, and patristic sources.

Child Marriages And The Law In India

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Author: Aparna Bhat
Publisher: Socio Legal Information Cent
ISBN: 8189479024
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Child Marriages And The Law In India by Aparna Bhat


Original Title: Child Marriages And The Law In India

This Book, Based On The 2004 National Consultation Organized By Human Rights Law Network, Haq, Establishes That The Incidences And Causes Of Child Marriages Haven`T Been Documented Adequately, And That The Position Of Law Itself Is Dubious.

Marriage Law And Practice In The Long Eighteenth Century

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Author: Rebecca Probert
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139479768
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Marriage Law And Practice In The Long Eighteenth Century by Rebecca Probert


Original Title: Marriage Law And Practice In The Long Eighteenth Century

This book uses a wide range of primary sources - legal, literary and demographic - to provide a radical reassessment of eighteenth-century marriage. It disproves the widespread assumption that couples married simply by exchanging consent, demonstrating that such exchanges were regarded merely as contracts to marry and that marriage in church was almost universal outside London. It shows how the Clandestine Marriages Act of 1753 was primarily intended to prevent clergymen operating out of London's Fleet prison from conducting marriages, and that it was successful in so doing. It also refutes the idea that the 1753 Act was harsh or strictly interpreted, illustrating the courts' pragmatic approach. Finally, it establishes that only a few non-Anglicans married according to their own rites before the Act; while afterwards most - save the exempted Quakers and Jews - similarly married in church. In short, eighteenth-century couples complied with whatever the law required for a valid marriage.

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