Family Law in Malaysia, Second Edition
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Historical Outline of Family Law for Non-Muslim in
Chapter 2 Promise to Marry (Betrothal)
Chapter 3 Domicile and Residence
Chapter 4 Marriage Requirements
Chapter 5 Effects of Marriage on Personal Status and Property
of Married Women
Chapter 6 The Law on Domestic Violence
Chapter 7 Nullity of Marriage
Chapter 8 Dissolution of Marriage
Chapter 9 Ancillary Claims
Chapter 10 Parent and Child
Chapter 11 Socio-Legal Issues in Family Law