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International Law of Marriage

Unread postby Admin » Fri Aug 17, 2012 8:18 am

International Law of Marriage

A child acquires at birth a domicile of origin by operation of aw, namely, if legitimate and born in his father's lifetime, the domicile of his father; If the child is illegitimate or born after his father death the domicile of his mother. A foundling in the country where he is found. If a child is born illegitimate, but is later legitimated, his father's domicile will be communicated to him from the date of legitimization, but it is probate that his domicile or origin remain that of his mother, presuming that at his birth his parents were domiciled in different Countries.

The domicile of a husband is communicated to his wife immediately upon the solemnization of the marriage, and according to English Law, it is necessarily and inevitably retained by her for the duration of the overture.

A divorce obtained in the country of the common domicile of the parties or recognized by the law of that country as effective, is binding upon the English Courts despite the fact that is was not granted by a judicial Tribunal.
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