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The principles governing the personal status of foreigners residing in Iran from the perspective of law

Seyed Mohammad Reza Najafi Yazdi (), Reza Khalesi () and Amin Khalesi ()
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Seyed Mohammad Reza Najafi Yazdi: PhD student of Private Law, Islamic Azad University of Semnan, Iran
Reza Khalesi: PhD student of Private Law, Islamic Azad University of Semnan, Iran
Amin Khalesi: M.A student of Criminology and Criminal Code, Islamic Azad University of Semnan, Iran

Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2017, vol. 7, issue 1, 138-156

Abstract: Affair problems with foreigners in the country, according to the authors own survey shows a lack of consistent practice Court with the author's comments, as well as global developments in this area, to examine the issue from a theoretical and practical layout and helpful as well. In this article, after the introduction, the first part under the laws, to review current regulations with records historic them. In the second part, the authors studied the doctrines and opinions. In parts of third place Law and private international foundations in Islam as New Law International expressed particular Islam. Examples of performance Court and advice office legal representative of the Iranian judicial procedure, the fourth paper forms. In the debate of comparative law solutions offered by law in France, Switzerland and Germany as well viewpoint of each was investigated. In the end, the conclusion is that according to law of Islamic Republic of Iran and global developments in determining of law governing personal status, it is necessary to interpret Article 7 of Civil law profound changes be made in accordance with the current situation in Iran and the world.

Keywords: personal status of foreigners; private international law; Islamic law; civil law (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K33 K36 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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