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(Mar 14, 2013) In March 2013,
Among details posted to identify the "runaway husbands" are country of birth, height, facial structure, hair color, ethnic origin, occupation, place of residence in
In accordance with the Rabbinical Court Jurisdiction (Marriage and Divorce) Law, 5713-1953, marriage and divorce of Jews in
For a Jewish divorce to be recognized as valid, the husband must grant his wife a writ of divorce (a get) and she must willingly accept it. Rabbinical Courts do not have the authority to terminate a marriage. Instead, they may issue orders for the parties to try to resolve their differences or to effectuate a divorce. (Rabbinical Court Jurisdiction (Marriage and Divorce) Law, 5713-1953, 7 LAWS OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL 139 (5713-1952/53).)
- Author: Ruth Levush More by this author
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- Jurisdiction: Israel More about this jurisdiction
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Last updated: 03/14/2013