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Born Out Of Wedlock

Author: David McCoy
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483435504
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With a backdrop of World War II and its aftermath, in England in 1952, the peace of a usually quiet small village in the Chilterns is shattered when an eleven years old boy is the victim of a vicious attack. This triggers the memory of his working-class mother, a nurse at the local cottage hospital, and she thinks back to the terrible events of 1940 and their impact on village life. She wistfully reminisces about her son’s upper-middle-class father, a Spitfire pilot reported missing during the Battle of Britain. In addition to the difficulties and worries due to the war, the boy’s mother and grandmother have to cope with the class system, and the stigma of the boy’s illegitimacy. The people of the village are traumatized and shocked by the tragedy. They are fearful for the safety of their children. Will the guilty criminal strike again? The police are urgently trying to track him down. Can the village return to its erstwhile peace and quiet? The future alone can provide the answer.

Born Out Of Wedlock

Author: Lyn Gardner
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542327183
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*** WINNER - 2017 International Book Awards - LGBTQ Fiction *** *** SILVER MEDAL - 2017 eLit Book Awards - LGBTQ Fiction *** *** FINALIST - 2017 National Indie Excellence Award - LGBTQ Fiction *** *** DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE - 2017 Independent Press Award - LGBTQ Fiction *** Two women. Two worlds. Two problems...and two attitudes. Addison Kane does not want for much. With a touch equaling that of Midas and a confidence overstepping the borders of arrogance, Addison's ability is vast, yet her focus is narrow. Her vision tunneled by haunting memories of her youth, she is blinded to the peripheral. She doesn't care that life is passing her by. She doesn't notice as friends fall to the wayside, and the finery that comes from wealth holds no importance for Addison is single-minded. Her goal is the ultimate of paybacks. She needs to succeed like no other before her and prove someone wrong. Joanna Sheppard lives a simple life because she can afford no other. At the age of seventeen, her father falls ill, and for the next eleven years, Joanna's sole focus is providing for the only parent she has ever known. For the man she loves with all her heart, she gives up her dreams and doesn't look back. She goes about her days with no complaints, working three jobs so she can pay off her father's creditors, but there is no light at the end of Joanna's tunnel...or so she thinks. When an edict from the grave threatens all Addison holds dear, two women from two different worlds are brought together, and a deal is struck. In exchange for uttering a few words, both get what they need...but not what they bargained for. There is a thin line, as they say, but when it is crossed, can love survive when more family secrets are revealed?

Standards Of Legal Protection For Children Born Out Of Wedlock A Report Of Regional Conferences Held Under The Auspices Of The U S Children S Burea

Author: Intercity Conference on Illegitimacy
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781379156116
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Encyclopedia Of Human Rights

Author: Edward H. Lawson
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781560323624
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Covers rights, violations, policies, agencies, individuals, and international law

Kenya National Assembly Official Record Hansard

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.

The Status Of Nasab And The Rights Of Children Born Out Of Wedlock And Children From Unregistered Marriages In Indonesia

Author: Gushairi bin H. Sarkawi
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The study is comparison of the laws that discuss the status of nasab and rights of children born out of wedlock and children who are unregistered marriage in two countries, namely Indonesia and Malaysia. Analysis focuses on the status nasab of a child according to Islamic law, the concepts and provisions of the law on paternity based on several relevant statutes in Indonesia, as well as the rights of children born out of wedlock and unregistered marriage. Then, the concept of nasab of a child born out wedlock in Indonesia is compared with the provisions of paternity in the Malaysian law. The concept of paternity in Islamic law is examined based on the validity of marriage, evidences and acknowledgment. The study further analyzed the status of DNA test in order to determine paternity status and it can be found that according to Muslim Jurists, DNA test cannot be used as evidence, but only as a support to the evidence. The classical Muslim Jurists recognized that the paternity for a child born out of wedlock cannot be ascribed to his/her biological father. The consequence is a child born out of wedlock does not get his/her rights from the putative father. However, the child is allowed to receive a gift or a will from his/her biological father. The study also examined that the status of a child born out of wedlock or whose parent's marriage was unregistered, thus were unable to obtain any rights of his/her biological father. However, after the decision of judicial review on Constitutional court, a child born out of wedlock is allowed to get paternity and rights from his/her biological father, even though there is no clear definition can be found in the provision of Islamic Family Law and Compilation of Islamic Law. In Malaysia however, there are clear provisions and statutes on the status or nasab of a child born out of wedlock and unregistered marriage. These comparisons can help to identify the weaknesses of the provision for paternity law in Indonesia and use as a guideline for improving the law. The study reveals the need for a clear definition of a child born out of wedlock and from unregistered marriage as the rights of these children should be protected. These children require an appropriate alternative in order to get their rights from their putative father without contradictions with the Islamic law. This study further proves that the limited provisions on paternity of illegitimate children and from unregistered marriage in Indonesian legislation are not sufficient to govern the status or nasab of these children if it is compared with Malaysian law. Finally, the study reveals that Indonesia should improve on nasab and rights for illegitimate children and children of unregistered marriage. The law is hoped that this study provides an insight of the paternity of children born out of wedlock and children from unregistered marriages, in order for these children to get the rights that they truly deserve.